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CITY OF CHICAGO 



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CITY COUNCIL 

OF THE 

CITY OF CHICAGO 

FOR THE COUNCIL YEAR 1922-23 



WILLIAM HALE THOMPSON, Mayor 
JAMES T. 1GOE, ... . City Clerk 

EDWARD J. PADDEN, ..... Chief Clerk 



ALDERMEN 



1st Ward. 

John J. Coughlin. 
Michael Kenna. 

2nd Ward. 

Robert R. Jackson. 
Louis B. Anderson. 

3rd Ward. 

Ulysses S. Schwartz. 
John H. Johntry. 

4th Ward. 

John A. Richert. 
Timothy A. Hogan. 

5th Ward. 

Robert J. Mulcahy. 
Joseph B. McDonough. 

6th Ward. 

Charles Scribner Eaton. 

7th Ward. 

Guy Guernsey. 

8th Ward. 

Martin S. Furman. 
Ross A. Woodhull. 

9th Ward. 

Sheldon W. Govier. 
Guy Madderom. 

10th Ward. 

James McNichols. 

11th Ward. 

Leonard Rutkowski. 
Dennis A. Horan. 

12th Ward. 

Joseph Cepak. 
•Anton J. Cermak. 



13th Ward. 

John G. Home. 
Samuel O. Shaffer. 

14th Ward. 
Joseph Higgins Smith. 
George M. Maypole. 

15th Ward. 

Oscar H. Olsen. 
Edward J. Kaindl. 

16th Ward. 

John A. Piotrowski. 
John Czekala. 

17th Ward. 

Stanley Walkowiak. 
Thomas P. Devereux. 

18th Ward. 

j Maurice F. Kavanagh. 
John J. Touhy. 

19th Ward. 

James B. Bowler. 
John Powers. 

20th Ward. 

Matt Franz. 
Henry L. Fick. 

21st Ward. 

Charles J. Agnew. 
Dorsey R. Crowe. 

22nd Ward. 
Leo C. Klein. 
Arthur F. Albert. 

23rd Ward. 

;j;Walter P. Steffen. 
Thomas Wallace. 

24th Ward. 



John Haderlein. 
Leo M. Brieske. 



Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Thomas J. Courtney. 



25th Ward. 

Frank J. Link. 
E. I. Frankhauser. 

26th Ward. 

Thomas R. Caspers. 
Charles G. Hendricks. 

27th Ward. 

Christ A. Jensen. 
Edward R. Armitage. 

28th Ward. 

Max Adamowski. 
Henry Schlegel. 

29th Ward. 

Thomas F. Byrne. 
James F. Kovarik. 

30th Ward. 

William R. O'Toole. 
William J. Lynch. 

31st Ward. 

Terence F. Moran. 
Scott M. Hogan. 

32nd Ward 

John H. Lyle. 
Benjamin S. Wilson. 

33rd Ward. 

Albert O. Anderson. 
John P. Garner. 

34th Ward. 

John Toman. 

Joseph Otto Kostner. 

35th Ward. 

John S. Clark. 



•Resigned November 29. 1922 (elected 
President of the Board of Commis- 
sioners of Cook County). 



•[-Resigned November 29, 1922 (elected 
a Member of the Board of Commis- 
sioners of Cook County). 



tResigned November 29, 1922 (elected 
Judge of the Superior Court of Cook 
County). 



INDEX 



1922-23 



Adler and Rhum : Sign. Order, Passed 1407 

Advance Motor Sales Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1475 

Advertising Art Bulletin Co.: Sign (roof). Order, to 

Bldgs 1541-2 

Aeroplanes. (For data, if any, see under tlie heading "Avia- 
tion".) 
Aetna Surety Bond Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed .... 119 
Agatite av. : Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. 

Lavergne av. Order, Passed 292-3 

Aged and Adult Charities: Tag day. (See under the head- 

ing "Tag days".) 
Aggerbeck Company : Printing of dockets for the Municipal 

Court of Chicago. Order, Passed 1724 

Agnew, Charles: Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Agni Motor Fuel Co.: Driveways. Orders, Passed.. 40, 2142 

Agoranos, Andrew : Claim. To Finance 1819 

Ahern, Arthur : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 2045 

Ahern & Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 50 

Ahern (James D.) Co.: Sign (roof). Order, Passed .. 50 

Ahrens, Arthur It. : Living rooms in basement. Order, 

to Bldgs 1692 

Passed 2140 

Ainslie st. : Roadway width established, from N. Menard 

av. to N. Marmora av. Ordinances, Passed. .. .254, 1995-G 

Aircraft. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Avia- 
tion".) 
Aitken, Howard C. : Advancement to rank of second- 

class patrolman for meritorious services. Come. (Supt. 

of Police) , Pub 180 

Order, Passed 180-1 

Alamo Athletic Club: Street dance. Order, Passed. .. . 233 

Albamonte, Baigio : Electric streamers. Order, Passed . 844 

Albany av. : 

Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st., etc." under the head- 
ing "Richmond st.") 
Resurfacing of the roadway, from Irving Park boul. to 

Elston av. Order, Passed 1994-5 

Scale in parkway, at Nos. 415-25 N. (See under the 

heading "Bowman Dairy Co.") 
Scarifying and rolling of pavement, from Argyle st. to 

Lawrence av. Order, Passed 493-4 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in W. 53rd pi., W. 
54th st, W. 54th pi. and W. 55th st. (See the no- 
tations under "Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th 
st., etc." under the heading "Richmond St.") 
Switch track, north of W. 37th pi. (See under "Cen- 
tral Iron & Metal Co." under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
Widening of the street, from 20 ft. east of N. Kedzie 
boul. to the first alley east thereof. Ordinance, 

to S. & A 1046 

Passed 1116 

Alberger Condenser Co. : Sale of material necessary for re- 
pair of fire-boat "Medill". Order, Passed 18-10 

Albert st. : Sidewalk, from W. 18th st. to 241 ft. south 

(w. side). Ordinance, Passed 23S 

Albion av. : 

Paving, from N. Rockwell st. to N. California av. (See 
"Paving, from Albion av. to Pratt av., etc." under 
the heading "Talman av.") 
Paving, from N. Western av. to N. Rockwell st. (See 
"Paving, from Albion av. to Pratt av., etc." under 
the heading "Artesian av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in N. Fairfield av., 
N. Washtenaw av. and N. Talman av. (See the no- 
tations under "Paving, from Albion av. to Pratt av., 
etc." under the heading "Talman av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in N. Maplewood av.. 
N. Campbell av. and N. Artesian av. (See the no- 
tations under "Paving, from Albion av. to Pratt 
av., etc." under the heading "Artesian av.") 
Water supply pipe, from N. Rockwell st. to N. California 

av. Order, Passed 2123 

Aldermen. (See under the heading "City Council".) 
Aldine a v. : Sewer, from Broadway to Sheridan road. (See 

"Sewer, from Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." under the 
heading "Clifton av.") 
Alexander, . T A. : 

Claim. To Finance 1547 

Claim. Order, Passed 1657 



Alexander st. : Shed at No. 265 : permission for main- 
tenance. Order, Passed 2356 

All-American Dramatic Assn. : Amusement license. Or- 
der, Passed * 1729 

Allaire, Raoul J. : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Allen, Albert T. : Claim. Order, Passed 179t; 

Allen, L. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, Passed. . 998 

Allen (W. D.) Mfg. Co. : Sale of Siamese connections to 

the City. Order, Passed 747 

Allessi, Tony: Claim. Order, Passed 2078-9 

Alleys : 

(Streets, hounding blocks, are arranged in alphabetical 

order.) 

Aberdeen st., W. Adams st., W. Jackson boul. and S. 

Morgan st. (block bounded by) : e.-and-w. alley. (See 

the heading "Quincy st,") 

Aberdeen st., W. Adams st., W. Jackson boul. and S. 

Morgan st. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 

Ordinance, Passed 1472 

Aberdeen St., W. 84th st., W. S3rd st. and S. May st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under "Racine Highlands" under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Ada St., Carroll av., Fulton st. and Sheldon st. (block 
bounded by) : conduit in n.-and-s. alley. (See under 
the heading "West Woodworking Co.") 
Ada st., W. 58th St., W. 59th st. and Throop st. (block 
bounded by) : conduit in and pipe over n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under the heading "Goldsmith Bros. Smelting 
' & Refining Co.") 

Ada st, W. 58th st., W. 59th st. and Throop st. (block 
bounded by) : switch track across n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Goldsmith Bros. Smelting & Refining 
Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Ada St., W. 59th st., Throop st. and the P., C, C. & St. 
, L. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Center Avenue Addn," under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Adams st., S. Clark St., S. Dearborn st. and W. Monroe 
st. (block bounded by) : vault in e.-and-w. alley. (See 
under the heading "Childs Company".) 

Adams St., S. Dearborn st, Quincy st. and S. State st. 
(block bounded by) : smoke stack connection across 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading "Kesner 
Jacob L.") 

Adams St., S. Desplaines St., S. Jefferson st. and W. Mon- 
roe st. (block bounded by) : vault with coal holes in 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading "Chicago 
Theological Seminary".) 

Adams st., S. Hoyne av., W. Monroe st. and S. Seeley av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. (See 
under "Owsley's Sub." under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 

Adams St., W. Jackson boul., S. Racine av. and Throop 
st. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Deferred 117 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 2343 

Adams st., E. Jackson st., S. State st. and S. Wabash av. 
(block bounded by) : conduit in and along n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under the heading "Illinois Maintenance 
Co.") 

Adams St., E. Jackson st, S. State st. and S. Wabash 
av. (block bounded by) : vault in n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under the heading "Hub, The".) 

Adams st, W. Monroe St., S. Morgan st. and S. Sanga- 
mon st. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered pas- 
sageway) over and across n.-and-s. alley. (See un- 
der the heading "Benjamin Electric Mfg. Co.") 

Adams St., E. Monroe St., S. State st. and S. Wabash 
av. (block bounded by) : conduit in and along 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading "Illinois 
Maintenance Co.") 

Adams st, E. Monroe st., S. State st. and S. Wabash 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Fractional Sec. 15" under the beading "Va- 
cations of alleys".). 

Adams st, S. Rockwell st., S. Washtenaw av. and Wilcox 
st (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Rockwell's Addn. to Chicago" under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 

Addison st., N. Avers av., Avondale av. and N. Hamlin 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1312 



1922-23 



INDEX 



Alleys : 

Addison St., N. Avers av., N. Springfield av. and Wave- 
land av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 1234 

Addison st., Bernard st., N. St. Louis av. and Waveland 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Bickerdike's 2nd Addn. to Irving 
Park" under the heading ""Vacations of alleys".) 

Addison St., N. Central Park av. and the C. & N. W. R. R. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under 
"Turk's Resub." under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Addison st., N. Harding av., N. Springfield av. and Wave- 
land av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1477 

Addison st., N. Kilpatrick av., Patterson av. and the 
C. & N. W. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of 
alleys (in L. E. Crandall's Grayland Sub.). (See 
the notations under "Patterson av." tinder the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 

Addison st., N. Laramie av., N. Lockwood av. and Pat- 
terson av. (block bounded by) : dedication of alley. 
Order and Petition, to B. L. 1 1142 

Addison st., Lincoln av., N. Lincoln st. and Patterson 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1231 

Addison st., Sheffield av., Waveland av. and Wilton av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 251 

Ainslie St., N. Ashland av., N. Clark st. and Winnemac 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Lutz's (Louis) Sub." under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 

Ainslie St., Drake av., Lawrence a v., and N. St. Louis 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1142 

Alaska st., Frontier av., Larrabee st. and W. North av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Wolf's (L. E. D.) Sub." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 

Albany av., Darwin terrace, Fullerton av. and N. Kedzie 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley 
(in Blanchard's Sub.). (See the notations under 
"Darwin terrace" under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Albany av., Franklin boul., W. Kinzie st. and N. Whipple 
st. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Miller and Ridgdon's Sub." un- 
der the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Albion av., N. Ashland av., N. Clark st. and Wallen av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Wallen's (Wm. L.) Addn. to 
Rogers Park" under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Altgeld st., N. Francisco av., Logan boul. .and N. Mozart 
st. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 124 

Altgeld st., Logan boul., N. Richmond st. and N. Sacra- 
mento av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 

Ordinance, Passed 43 

Order (directing the appearance of certain City 
officials and the paving contractor before a committee 

conducting an investigation), to 8. & A 1144 

Subst. Order (temporarily prohibiting the let- 
ting of further contracts to the J. A. Ross Co. and 
directing the filing of charges against City employes 
connected with the work), Passed 1214-15 

Altgeld St., Ward st„ Wrightwood av. and the C, M. & 
St. P. Ry. (block bounded by) : removal of fence 
from rear of No. 2521 Ward st. Order, Passed.. 1475 

Ann St., Fulton st., W. Lake st. and N. May st. (block 
bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) over and 
across e.-and-w. alley. (See under the heading 

"Bacon (R. S.) Veneer Co.") 

Anthony av., Avalon av., Dante av. and the P., Ft. W. 
& C. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
n.w.-and-s.e. alley. (See under "Cornell" under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Ardmore av., Avondale av., Hurlbut st. and Northcott 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in Kin- 
sey's Norwood Park Sub.). (See the notations un- 
der "Ardmore av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 



Alleys : 

Ardmore av., Avondale av. and N. Natoma av. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in Kinsey's Nor- 
wood Park Sub.). (See the notations under "Ard- 
more av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Ardmore av., Hurlbut st., N. Natoma av. and Northcott 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in Kin- 
sey's Norwood Park Sub.). (See the notations under 
"Ardmore av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Argyle st., N. Laramie av., Leclaire av. and Winnemac 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Jefferson" under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Armitage av., N. Austin av., Dickens av. and N. McVick- 
er av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley 
. (in Grand Avenue Estates). (See the notations un- 
der "Armitage av." under the heading "Vacations 
of streets".) * 

Armitage av., Cortland st, N. McVicker av. and N. 
Moody av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-a. 
alley (in A. Gale's Sub.). (See the notations under 
"Cortland st." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Armitage av., Dickens av., N. Meade av. and N. Mc- 
Vicker av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. 
alley (in Grand Avenue Estates). (See the nota- 
tions under "Armitage av." under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 

Armitage av., Dickens av., N. Meade av. and N. Moody 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley 
(in Grand Avenue Estates). (See the notations un- 
der "Armitage av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Armitage av., Dickens av., N. Melvina av. and N. Moody 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley 
(in Grand Avenue Estates). (See the notations un- 
der "Armitage av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Armitage av., McLean av., N. Mozart st. and N. Rich- 
mond st. (block bounded by) : street light in alley. 
Order, Passed 257 

Armour st., N. Ashland av., W. Austin av. and W. Grand 
av. (block bounded by) : direction for removal of 
obstructions in n.-and-s. alley. Order, Passed.... 881 

Armour St., N. Ashland av., W. Austin av. and W. Grand 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Waller's (W.) Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Arthington st., S. Campbell av., Fillmore st. and the 
P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. (blocks bounded by) : re- 
lease of the City's claim of title to certain alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed 507-8 

Arthington St., S. Fairfield av., Taylor st. and S. Wash- 
tenaw av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 36 

Arthur av., Glenwood av., Loyola av. and Sheridan road 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under "Gait's (A. T.) Edgewater Golf Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Ashland av., Bloomingdale av., N. Marshfleld av. and 
Wabansia av. (block bounded by) : vacation of 
alleys. (See under "Keenon's (J. G.) Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Ashland av., W. 48th st., W. 49th st. and Justine st. 
(block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over and across, and vault in, alley. (See under the 
heading "Atkins & Freund".) 

Ashland av., W. 48th st, W. 49th st. and Justine st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Kay's Addn. to Chicago" under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Ashland av., W. 4Gth st. and Gross av. (block bounded 
by) : vacation of alleys. (See under S. E. Gross' 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Ashland av., Justine st, W. 64th st and W. 63rd st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1739 

Ashland av., N. Marshfleld av., W. North av. and Wa- 
bansia av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under Sheffield's Addn. to Chicago" 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 



INDEX 



1922-23 



Alleys : 

Augusta st., Cortez st., N. Leavitt st. and N. Oakley boul. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Suffern's Sub." under the beading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 

Augusta St., N. Hoyne av., N. Robey st. and W. Walton 
st. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance (deferred Dec. 28, 1921, p. 1541),. Recommit- 
ted to B. L. 1 2343 

Augusta st., N. Marshfield av., N. Paulina st. and W. 
Walton st. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 649 

Austin av., N. Claremont av., W. Kinzie st. and N. Oak- 
ley boul. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Eberhard and Wilbur's Sub." un- 
der the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Austin av., Ferdinand St., N. Hoyne av. and N. Leavitt 
st. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Waughop's Sub." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 

Austin av., W. Kinzie St., N. Peoria st. and N. Sangamon 
st. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance (deferred Feb. 8, 1922, p. 1867), Recommitted 
to B. L. 1 2343 

Avenue O, Green Bay av., E. 131st st. and E. 132nd st. 
(block bounded by) : switch track across n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." un- 
der the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Avers av., W. 15th st., S. Hamlin av. and W. 16th st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 

Passed 1242 

Order (directing the abandonment of court pro- 
ceedings) , to B. L. 1 1321 

Avondale av., Bernard St., Henderson st. and N. St. 
Louis av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Hall's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Avondale av., N. Crawford av., N. Harding av. and Wave- 
land av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1737 

Avondale av., N. Harding av., N. Springfield av. and Wave- 
land av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1233-4 

Ballou St., Drummond pi., Kimball av. and Schubert av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 1701 

Barry av., Belmont av., N. Kildare av. and Lowell av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley (in 
Cushing's Sub.). (See the notations under "Kil- 
dare av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Barry av., Broadway, Waterloo ct. and Wellington av. 
(block bounded by) : direction for submission of an 
ordinance providing for opening of a n.-and-s. alley 
by condemnation proceedings. Petition and Order, 
to B. L. 1 250 

Barry av., Kenosha av., N. Tripp av. and Wellington av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Kroft's Sub." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

Belden av., Commonwealth av., Fullerton parkway and 
Lincoln Park West (block bounded by) : vault in 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading "Belden Ho- 
tel Co.") 

Belden av., N. Lavergne av., Leclaire av. and Medill 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley 
(in Chicago Heights). (See the notations under 
"Medill av," under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Belmont av., Lincoln av., Melrose st. and N. Paulina st. 
(block bounded by) : direction for removal of fence 
obstructions. Order, Passed 578 

Belmont av., N. Richmond st., N. Sacramento av. and 
School st. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Gross (S. E.) XJnter 
Den Linden Addn. to Chicago" under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Belmont av., School st., Sheffield av. and Wilton av. (block 

bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, Passed 864 

Bennett av., K. 83rd st., South Chicago av. and the 
L. S. & M. S. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation 
of n.w.-and-s.e. alley. (See under "Ostrom (L. A.) 
Resub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 



Alleys: 

Berenice av., Byron st., N. Meade av. and N. Melvina av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley (in Albert J. Schorsch's Irving Park Boulevard 
Gardens 4th Addn.). (See the notations under 

"'Byron st." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Bernard st., Carmen av., Foster av. and N. St. Louis av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 657 

Berteau av., N. Clark St., Greenview av. and Melville 
pi. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1810 

Berteau av., Cullom av., N. Leavitt st. and Lincoln av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.w.-and-s.e. 
alley. (See under "Harm's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Berteau av., Kilpatrick av. and the C, M. & St. P. Ry. 
(block bounded by) : switch track across e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Best (Jacob) Coal Co." under 
the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Berwyn av., N. Central Park av., Drake av. and Foster 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in Preg- 
ler's Sub. of Lot 29). (See the notations under 
"Berwyn av." under the Sheading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Berwyn av., Drake av., Foster av. and N. St. Louis av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in Pregler's 
Sub. of Lot 29). (See the notations under "Berwyn 
av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Bessemer av. (extended), Erickson av., E. 105th st. 
(extended) and E. 104th st. (block bounded by) : 
vacation of alleys (in Sec. 14-37-14). (See the no- 
tations under "Bessemer av." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 

Bessemer av. (extended), Erickson av., E. 105th st. (ex- 
tended) and E. 106th st. (extended) (block bounded 
by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley (in Sec. 14-37-14). 
(See the notations under "Bessemer a v." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Bessemer av., Erickson av., E. 104th st. and E. 103rd 
st. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in Sec. 
14-37-14). (See the notations under "Bessemer av." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Bishop St., W. 56th st., W. Garfield boul. and Laflin st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 

Deferred* . 601 

Passed 918 

Blackhawk st., Connors St., Hudson av. and Sedgwick st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Butterfield's Addn. to Chicago" 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Bloomingdale av., Cortland St., N. McVicker av. and 
N. Moody av. (block bounded by) : vacation of 
n.-and-s. alley (in A. Gale's Sub J. (See the nota- 
tions under "Cortland st." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 

Bloomingdale av. (extended), Elston av., Redfield st. 
and Stein st. (block bounded by) : vacation of 
n.w.-and-s.e. alley. (See under "Sheffield's Addn. to 
Chicago" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Bloomingdale av., W. Grand av., La Crosse av. and N. 
Lamon av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See under "Robertson's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Bloomingdale av., N. Leavitt st., Milwaukee av. and Win- 
nebago av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
n.w.-and-s.e. alley. (See under "Isham's Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Blue Island av., W. 15th st., S. Racine av. and the B. 
& O. C. T. R. R. (block bounded by) : bridge (cov- 
ered passageway) over alley. (See under the head- 
ing "Rehm Hardware Co.") 

Blue Island av., Gilpin pi., S. Halsted st. and Polk St. 
(block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
across e.-and-w. alley. (See under the heading 
"'Hull House Assn.") 

Bosworth av., Devon av., Greenview av. and Schreiber 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. 
(See under "Hollesen's (S. F.) First Addn. to Rog- 
ers Park" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Broadway, N. Clark st., and York pi. (block bounded 
by) : conduit in n.-and-s. alley. (See under the 
heading "Weber, Jacob G.") 



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Alleys : 

Broadway, Glenlake av., Glenwood av. and Hood av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 251 

Broadway, Kenmore av., Leland av., Wilson av. and Win- 
throp av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See under "Surrenden (Wm. Deering) Sub., The" 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Broadway, Lafayette st., Lawrence av. and Magnolia av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Hall's (Iiufus C.) Addn." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Broadway, Lawrence av. and N. Racine av. (block bounded' 
by) : sewer (intercepting) in n.-and-s. alley. (See 
"Intercepting sewer, etc." under the heading "Sani- 
tary District of Chicago, The".) 

Buffalo av., Burley av., B. 130th st. and E. l.'Ust st. 
(block bounded by) : switch track across n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Buffalo av., Mackinaw av., E. 131st st. and E. 132nd st. 
(block bounded by) : switch track across n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." under 
the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Byron st., Grace st., N. New England av. and N. Newland 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Dunning's (Andrew J.) Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Byron St., Irving Park boul., N. Lawndale av. and N. 
Ridgeway av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part 
of n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Mason's Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Byron st., N. Kenneth av., N. Kilbourn av. and Irving- 
Park boul. (block bounded by) : opening of e.-and-w. 
alley. Order, to B. L. 1 12042 

California av., Crystal st., W. Division st. and N. Wash- 
tenaw av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed 284 

California av., Flournoy st., Lexington st. and S. Wash- 
tenaw av. (block bounded by) : direction for the in- 
stitution of condemnation proceedings for the open- 
ing of a n.-and-s. alley. Order, to B. L. 1 1690 

Calumet av., Giles av., E. 35th st. and E. 37th st. (block 

bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, Passed 997 

Calumet av., Giles av., W. 32nd st. and W. 33rd st. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under "Tyler's 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Calumet av., Prairie av., E. 71st st. and E. 72nd st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Prescott's Sub." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 

Calumet av., Prairie av., E. 22nd st. and E. 23rd st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Assessor's Div." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 

Calumet av., South Park av., E. 61st st. and E. 63rd st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance 
Passed 1685 

Calumet av., E. 21st st., E. 22nd st. and the I. C. R. R. 
(block bounded by) : loading platform in n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under the heading "Donnelley (R. R.) 
& Sons Co.") 

Campbell av., Cortland st., Homer st. and N. Western av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under "Abbott's (H. P.) Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Campbell av., Fillmore St., W. Roosevelt road and S. 
Rockwell st. (block bounded by) : switch track across 
e.-and-w. alley. (See under "Chicago Title & Trust 
Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Canalport av., S. Jeffe'rson st., String st. and W. 21st st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Canal Trustee's Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

I'arpenter St., W. Chicago av. and Milwaukee av. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under "El- 
stons Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Carroll av., Fulton st., N. Homan av. and N. Kedzie av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 1225 



Alleys : 

Cary av., Greenwood av., E. 75th st. and the P., Ft. W. 
& 0. R. R. (block hounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. 
alley (in Fayette L. Force, Trustee, Sub.). (See the 
notations under "Gary av." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Cass St., E. Grand av., E. Ohio st. and Rush st. (block 
bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) over and 
across e.-and-w. alley. (See under the heading "Mc- 
Guire, Cobb, Lull Hotel Co.") 

Center st., N. Clark st., North Park av. and Wisconsin st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under 
"Canal Trustee's Sub." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

Central Park av., W. Division st., W. Grand av. and the 
C, M. & St. P. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation 
of alleys. (See under "Kusel (Charles II.) Second 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Central Park av., Fifth av., W. Harrison st. and Millard 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Deferred 36 

Recommitted to B. L. I 2343 

Champlain av., Evans av., E. 50th pi. and E. 51st st. 
(block bounded by) : opening of alley. Ordinance 
(for repeal of an ordinance passed Aug. 14, 1918), 
Passed 476 

Champlain av., E. 45th St., E. 44th st. and Langley av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in Mechanics' 
National Bank Resub.). (See the notations under 
"Champlain av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Champlain av., E. 45th st, E. 44th st. and St. Lawrence 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley 
(in Mechanics' National Bank Resub.). (See the 
notations under "Champlain av." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 

Chapin st., W. Division St., Noble st. and the C. & N. W. 
R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
e.-and^w. alley. (See under "Elston's Addn. to Chi- 
cago" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Chappel av., Clyde av., E. 70th st. and E. 71st st. (block 

bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, Passed 34 

Chappel av., Clyde av., E. 70th st. and E. 69th st. (block 

bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, Passed. 1731 

Chase av., Sheridan road, Sherwin av. and the C, M. & 
St. P. R. R. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed 120-1 

Chicago av., Iowa st., Read ct. and N. Rockwell st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Read's (W. T. B.) Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Chicago av., N. Leavitt st., N. Oakley boul. and W. Supe- 
rior st. (block bounded by) : conduit in alley. (See 
under the heading "Lederer, Samuel".) 

Chicago av., Locust st., Orleans st. and Sedgwick st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance 
(deferred May 6, 1921, p. 142), Recommitted to 
B. L. 1 2343 

Chicago av., N. May St., N. Racine av. and W. Superior 
st. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1227 

Churchill st., N. Hoyne av. and Wilmot av. (block bounded 
by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Young 
Trustee's Sub." under the heading "Vacations of al 
leys".) 

Cicero av., Hirsch st. (produced), N. Keating av. and 
LeMoyne st. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See under "Thompson's (John F.) North Avenue 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Claremont av., Sunnyside av., N. Western av. and Wilson 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. 
(See under "Naslund's Addn. to Chicago" under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Clark st., N. Dearborn st., W. Grand av. and W. Illinois 
st. (block bounded by) : vault (with openings) in 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading "State Bank 
of Chicago".) 

Clark St., S. Dearborn st., W. Madison st. and W. Monroe 

st. (block bounded by) : vault in e.-and-w. alley. 

(See under the heading "Moir Hotel Co.") 
Clark st., W. Lake St., N. La Salle st. and W. Randolph 

st. (block bounded by) : coal chutes in e.-and-w. alley. 

(See under the heading "Hotel Sherman Co.") 






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Alleys : 

Clark st., N. La Salle st., Locust st. and W. Oak st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Southworth and Holmes Sub." 
under the beading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Clayton ct., Columbia av., Hilldale av. and Pratt boul. 
(block bounded by) : scale in alley. (See under the 
heading "Bowman Dairy Co.") 

Cleaning of alleys. (See "Cleaning- of streets and alleys" 
under the heading "Streets".) 

Clinton st., W. Congress st., W. Harrison st. and S. Jef- 
ferson st. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered pass- 
ageway) over e.-and-w. alley. (See under the head- 
ing "Wallace Press, The".) 

Clybourn pi., Crooked St., Kingsbury st. and Southport 
av. (block bounded by) : lease of space in alleys. (See 
under the headings "Piano & Organ Supply Co., The" 
and "Weber Coal Co.") 

Clyde av., Jeffiery av., E. 71st st. and E. 72nd st. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under "Hendee's (E. T.) Resub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Congress st.,'S. Morgan St., S. Sangamon st. and W. Van 
Buren st. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered pass- 
ageway) over and vault under e.-and-w. alley. (See 
under the heading "Automatic Electric Co.") 

Corliss av., Erickson av., E. 103th st. and E. 101th st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed , 480 

Corliss av., Erickson av., E. 105th st. and E. 106th st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 480 

Cornelia av., Janssen av., Itoscoe st. and Southport av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 864-3 

Cornelia av., Newport av., N. Racine av. and Seminary 
av. (block bounded by) : switch track across e.-and- 
w. alley. (See under "Westerlin & Campbell Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Cortland st., Crossing st., Elston av. and the C. & N. W. 
R. R. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered passage- 
way) across n.w.-and-s.e. alley. (See under the 
heading "Squire Dingee Co.") 

Cottage Grove av., Drexel av., E. 62nd st. and E. 63rd 
st. (block bounded by) : conduits in n.-and-s. alley, 
(See under the beading "Karzas, Andrew".) 

Coyle av., Ibsen av., Octavia av. and first n.-and-s. alley 
west of Octavia av. (block bounded by) : vacation 
of part of e.-and-w. alley (in H. H. Barbour's Harlem 
Avenue Gardens). (See the notations under "Coyle 
av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Coyle av., Lunt av., Octavia av. and Odell av. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley, (in Edison 
Park Housing Sub. No. 1). (See the notations under 
"Coyle av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Crawford av., Fillmore st., S. Karlov av. and the B. & 
O. C. T. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of al- 
leys. (See under "Twelfth Street Land Assn.'s Sub." 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Crawford av., Grace st., N. Kedvale av. and Warwick 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Race's Addn. to Irving Park" 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Crawford av., N. Hamlin av., W. Washington boul. and 
West End av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed 856 

Cromwell st., Lyndale St., Milwaukee av. and N. Talman 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of parts of n.w.- 
and-s.e. alley. (See under "Woolley's (C. E.) Sub." 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Dante av., Kenwood av., E. 79th st. and the P., Ft. W. 
& C R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See under "Cornell" under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 

Dearborn st., W. Grand av., W. Ohio st. and N. State 
st. (block bounded by) : vault, coal holes and trap- 
door in e.-and-w. alley. (See under the heading 
"American Medical Association".) 

Dearborn st., W. Madison st., W. Monroe st. and S. State 
st. (block bounded by) : conduits and manholes in 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading "Stumer 
(Louis M.) estate".) 



Alleys : 

Dearborn st., W. Madison st, W. Monroe st. and S. State 
st. (block bounded by) : pipes in and along n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under the heading "Illinois Maintenance 
Co.") 

Dearborn st., W. Madison St., VV. Monroe st. and S. State 
st. (block bounded by) : ventilating stack in n.-and- 
s. alley. (See under the heading "Fera, Gilman C") 

Desplaines St., W. Harrison St., S. Jefferson st. and Polk 
st. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley 
(in School Addn. to Chicago). (See the notations 
under "Law av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Dickens av., N. Kedzie av., Palmer st. and N. Sawyer 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 879 

Diversey av., Elston av. and Logan boul. (block 
bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 1694 

Division St., N. Lincoln st., Newton st. and Thomas st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under 
"Lull and Mayer's Sub." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

Dorchester av., Kenwood av., E. 70th st. and E. 71st st. 
(block bounded by) : lease of space in n.-and-s. al- 
ley. (See under the heading "Carpenter (F. D.) 
Coal Co.") 

Draper St., N. Racine av., Wrightwood av. and the C. & 
E. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See under "Quirk (James) and Others Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Eastwood av., N. Francisco av., N. Sacramento av. and 
Wilson av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 12042 

Eberhart av., E. 60th St., E. Gist st. and Vernon av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Mitchell's (John J.) South Park 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Eberhart av., E. 62nd st., E. 63rd st. and Vernon av. 
(block bounded by) : bridge over and across n.-and- 
s. alley. (See under the heading "McFatrich, 
George W.") 

Edbrooke av., Indiana av'., E. 113th st. and E. 112th 
st. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1805 

Edbrooke av., S. Michigan av., E. 111th st. and E. 110th 
st. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed : 1732 

Edbrooke av., S. Michigan av., E. 109th st. and E. 110th 
st. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. 
(See under "Assessor's Div." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Eggleston av., Normal av., W, 70th st. and W. 69th st. 
block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance. 
Passed 1741 

Eggleston av., Normal av., W. 65th st. and W. 64th st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 1741 

Eggleston av., Normal av., W. 64th st. and 488 ft. north 
of W. 64th st. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 1818 

Eighth St., S. Michigan av., E. 9th st. and S. Wabash 
av. (block bounded by) : coal chute in n.-and-s. alley 
(See under the heading "Crane Co.") 

Eighth St., S. Michigan av., E. 7th st. and S. Wabash 
av. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered passage- 
way) over and across, and tunnel in, n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under the heading "Stevens, James W.") 

Eightieth St., Emerald av., S. Halsted st. and W. 79th 
st. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and- 
s. alley. (See under '^Chambers' (George A.) Sub." 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Eighty-fifth st., W. 86th st., S. Hermitage av. and S. 
Paulina st. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
e.-and-w. alley! (See under "Gage's (Frank N.) 
Addn. to Englewood Heights" under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Eighty-seventh st., Essex av., Kingston av. and South 
Chicago av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys 
(in A. B. Meeker's Addn. to South Chicago). (See 
the notations under "Essex av." under the heading 
"Va cations of streets".) 



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Alleys : 

Eighty-seventh St., Essex av. and South Chicago av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of s.e.-and-n.w. alley 
(in A. B. Meeker's Addn. to South Chicago). (See 
the notations under "Essex av." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 

Ellen st., N. Lincoln st, Wicker Park a v. and N. Wood 
st. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 85S 

Ellis av., Greenwood av., E. Marquette road and E. 67th 
st. (block bounded hy) : wooden stringers or tim- 
bers for traveling crane across n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under the heading "Blake (Chas. G.) Co.") 

Ellis av., Greenwood av., E. 62nd st. and E. 63rd st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 1129 

Ellis av., Lake Park av., E. 30th st. and E. 20th st. 
(block bounded by) : conduit under and across n.w.- 
and-s.e. alley. (See under the heading "Reese 
(Michael) Hospital".) 

Elston av., Kawson St., Wabansia av. and Wright st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of alley. (See 
under "Sheffield's Addn. to Chicago" under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 

Emerald av., W. 41st St., S. Halsted st. and the C. J. By. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Superior Court Partition" under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Encroachments and obstructions in alleys. (For a par- 
ticular encroachment or obstruction, see under the 
alley affected. For general data, if any, see under 
"Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under 
the heading "Streets".) 

Eugenie st., Larrabee st. Menomonee st, and Mohawk st. 
(block bounded by) : tunnel under and across n.-and- 
s. alley. (See under the heading "Hetzel & Co.") 

Evergreen av., Fowler st., N. Hoyne av. and N. Robey 
st. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Lee's (D. S.) Addn. to Chicago'' under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Farwell av., Morse av., Sheridan road and Lake Michigan 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 1230 

Foderal St., W. 31st st., W. 32nd st. and the L. S. & M. 
S. and C, R. I. & P. R. R.s (block bounded by) : 
lease of space in n.-and-s. alley. (See under the 
heading "Haines (E. H.) Distributing Co., The".) 

Fifteenth pi., W. 15th st., S. Halsted st. and S. Union 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Nutt's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Fifth av.. S. Francisco av., W. Madison St., W. Monroe 
st. and S. Sacramento boul. (block bounded by) : pav- 
ing of alleys. Ordinance, Passed 1306 

Fifth av., S. Kilbourn av., S. Kolmar av. and the C. G. 
\V. It. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
first n.-and-s. alley east of S. Kolmar av. (See under 
"Fox's (O. G.) Colorado Avenue Addn. to Chicago" 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Fifth av., S. Kilbourn av., S. Kostner av. and the B. & 
O. C. T. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.- 
and-n.e. alley. (See under "Fox's (O. G.) Colorado 
Avenue Addn. to Chicago" under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

Fiftieth pi., W. 51st st., S. Morgan st. and S. Peoria 
st. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Library Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Fifty-eighth st., W. 59th St., Normal av. and Wallace 
st. (block bounded by) : lease of space in e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under the heading "Consumers Com- 
pany".) 

Fifty-eighth st., E. 57th st.,' S. Michigan av. and S. 
Wabash av. (block bounded by): paving of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed ■•-• 1003 

Fifty-eighth St., W. 57th st., S. Robey st. and S. Seeley 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and- 
w. alley. (See under "Dewey's Sub." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 

Fifty-fifth pi., E. 56th St., Prairie av. and South Park 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance. Passed 1804 



Alleys: 

Fifty-fifth st., \V. 54th st., S. Kolin av. and S. Kostner 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Davis and Todd's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Fifty-fifth St., W. 54th St., S. Lockwood av. and S. Lorel 
av. (block bounded by; : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Hctzel's Archer Avenue Addn." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Fifty-fifth st., W. 56th St., S. Kedzie av. and S. Sawyer 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Wessel's Resub." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

Fifty-fifth st., W. 56th st., S. Maplewood av. and S. 
Rockwell st. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and- 
s. alley (in Craig Bros.' Gage Park Sub.). (See the 
notations under "Maplewood av." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 

Fifty-fourth st, W. Garfield boul., S. Hoyne av. and S. 
Seeley av. (block bounded by) : water supply pipe 
in e.-and-w. alley. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Fifty-ninth St., S. Robey st., S. Seeley av. and the Engle- 
wood Connecting R. R. (block bounded by) : steel 
• beam over and across n.-and-s. alley. (See under 
the heading "De Koker (John) & Sons".) 

Fillmore st, S. Karlov av., S. Keeler av. and the W. C. 
R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Lowry's (Butler) Crawford Avenue Addn." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Flournoy st., S. Francisco av., Lexington st. and S. Sacra- 
mento av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 
Ordinance (deferred May 6, 1921, p. 135), Recom- 
mitted to B. L. I 2343 

Flournoy St., W. Harrison st, Independence boul. and S. 
Springfield av. (block bounded by) : furnishing, with- 
out charge, of crushed stone for repair of alley. 
Order, Passed 1 ; 224 

Forest av., E. 95th st., E. 96th st. and Prairie av. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under "Sec- 
ond Roseland Heights Sub." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

Fortieth st, Normal av., W. Pershing road and Stewart 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and- 
s. alley. (See under "Taylor and Kreigh's Sub." 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Forty-eighth pi., W. 48th st., S. Oakley av. and S. West- 
ern av. (block bounded by) : water supply pipe in 
n.-and-s. alley. Order, Passed. : 292-3 

Forty-eighth St., W. 47th pi., S. Halsted st. and the C. J. 
R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and- 
s. alley (in Goodman Manufacturing Company's Con- 
solidation of sundry tracts of land). (See the nota- 
tions under "Forty-eighth st." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 

Forty-fifth st., W. 44th St., S. Sacramento av. and S. 
Whipple st. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and- 
s. alley. (See under "Stewart's (H. L.) Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Forty-first St., W. 42nd st., S. Oakley av. and S. Western 
Avenue boul. (block bounded by) : vacation of part 
of n.-and-s. alley (in Western Avenue Boulevard 
Addn. to Chicago). (See the notations under "Oak- 
ley av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Forty-second pi., W. 43rd st., Normal av. and the P., 
Ft. W. & C. R. R. (block bounded by) : lease of 
space in e.-and-w. alley. (See under the heading 
"Adams Building Material Co.") 

Forty-second pi., W. 43rd St., S. Western Avenue boul. 
and the C, St. L. & P. R. R. (block bounded by) : 
vacation of alleys. (See under "Springer's (George 
A.) Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Forty-seventh st, W. 46th St., S. Francisco av. and S. 
Richmond st. (block bounded by) : vacation of part 
of e.-and J w. alley. (See under "Kern's (Henry W.) 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Fourteenth pi., S. Halsted st., Newberry av. and the C. 
& N. W. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of part 
of n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Barron's Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Fourteenth st., Indiana av., S. Michigan av. and the St. 
C. A. L. R. R. (block bounded by) : pipe in n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under the heading "Norton, Walter J.") 



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Alleys : 

Franklin St., W. Lake st, N. Market st. and W. Randolph 
st. (block bounded by) : paving, etc. of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See tbe ordinance providing for the improve- 
ment of South Water St., noted under the heading 
"South Water st.") 

Franklin st., W. Madison st., W. Monroe st. and S. Wells 
st. (block bounded by) : vault in e.-and-w. alley. 
(See under the heading "Brand, Horace L.") 

Fulton St., W. Lake st., N. Long av. and N. Lorel av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. al- 
ley. (See under "Owen's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Garbage and waste. (See "Collection and removal of 
street dirt, etc." under the heading "Garbage and 
waste".) 

Genoa av., W. 95th st., W. 96th st. and the C, R. I. & 
P. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See under "Welp's (Henry) Halsted Street Addn." 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

George st., N. Kedzie av., N. Sawyer av. and Wellington 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Hull's Sub." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

George st., Mildred av., Sheffield av. and Wolfram st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under "Wolfram (Henry) Farm" under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

George st., N. Natoma av., Wellington av. and the C, 
M. & St. P. Ry. (block bounded by) : switch track 
across e.-and-w. alley. (See under "Black & Gold 
Marble Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Gettysburg st., Lieb av. and N. Long av. (block bounded 
by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley (in Wm. P. Wing's 
Sub.). (See the notations under "Gettysburg st." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Glenwood av., Granville av., Greenview av. ,and Thome 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and- 
s. alley. (See under "Edgewater Park"- under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Grades of alleys : 

(a. See the notations under the descriptions of 
particular alleys. 

b. See also the ordinances noted under "Grades" 
under the heading "Streets". 

c. See also the various ordinances providing for 
the paving of alleys.) 

Green Bay av., Mackinaw av., E. 131st st. and E. 132nd 
st. (block bounded by) : switch track across n.-and- 
s. alley. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) . 

Green st., S. Halsted st, W. 118th st. and W. 119th st. 
(block bounded by) : sewer in n.-and-s. alley. Or- 
dinance, Passed 854 

Green st., W. 112th st., S. Peoria st. and the I. C. R. 
R. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "First Addn. to West Pullman" 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Haddon av., N. Kedzie av., N. Spaulding av. and Thomas 
st. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Humboldt Park Addn. to Chi- 
cago" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Halsted St., W. 63rd pi., W. 63rd st. and S. Union av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Rich's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Hamlin av., S. Lawndale av., W. 35th st. and W. 34th 
st. (blocks bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alleys, 
(in George W. Cass Sub.). (See the notations under 
"Ridgeway av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Hamlin av., S. Ridgeway av., W. 34th st. and the C. & 
I. W. R. R. (block bounded by) : switch track across 
n.-and-s alley. (See under "Commonwealth Edison 
Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Harrison st., Miller st, Sholto st. and Vernon Park pi. 
(block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over and across and tunnel in n.-and s. alley. (See 
under the heading "Sawyer Biscuit Co.") 

Harrison st, Plymouth ct, Polk st. and S. State st. 
(block bounded by) : conduit in n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under the heading "Donnelley (R. R.) & Sons Co.") 



Alleys : 

Hastings St., S. Racine av., W. 13th st. and Throop st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under 
"Sampson & Green's Addn. to Chicago" under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Hermitage av., S. Paulina st., Polk st. and Taylor st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys, (suppl. spec, 
assess.) . Ordinance, Passed. 490 

Highland av., N. Lincoln st, Ridge av. and Thome av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under 
"Highridge" under the heading "Vacations of al- 
leys".) 

Hirsch St., N. Leamington av., Leclaire av. and Le Moyne 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Nelson's (John) Sub." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 

Hoyne av., W. Lake st., N. Leavitt st. and Park av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 2144 

Hoyne av., N. Leavitt st, Park av. and W. Washington 
boul. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1733 

Hoyne av., Longwood drive, W. 111th st. and W. 110th 
pi. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and- 
w. alley. (See under "Morgan Park Washington 
Heights" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) . 

Hoyne av., W. 92nd st, W. 93rd st. and S. Robey st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Rountree's Addn. to Beverly Hills" 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Hoyne av., W. 102nd St., W. 103rd st. and S. Seeley 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Board of Trade Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Hoyne av., N. Robey St., St. Paul. av. and Willow st. 
(block bounded by) : smoke stack in n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under the heading "Kaufman (Charles) Bros., 
Inc.") 

Indiana av., S. Michigan av., E. 61st st. and E. 63rd st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 1685 

Indiana av., S. Michigan av., E. 24th st. and E. £3rd st. 
(block bounded by) : pipes in e.-and-w. alley. (See 
under the heading "American Express Co.") 

Irving av., W. 70th St., W. 71st st. and the B. & O. C. 
T. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See the notations under "Seventieth st." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Irving av., W. 70th st., W. 69th st. and the B. & O. C. 
T. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. ' 
(See the notations under "Seventieth st." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Karlov av., Parker av., Schubert av. and the C, M. & 
St. P. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
n.w.-and-s.e. alley. (See under "Stock's (Ernst) 
Resub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Kedvale av., S. Keeler av., Ogden av. and W. 22nd st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.e.-and-s.w. alley; 
(See under "Swift's Sub." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

Kedzie av., W. 62nd pi., W. 63rd st. and S. Spaulding 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Britigan's (Wm. H.) Resub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Kedzie av., S. Troy St., W. 28th st. and W. 27th st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (Sete under "Superior Court Commissioners' 
Partition" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Kenton av., N. Kilpatrick av., Parker av. and Schubert 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Thogerson & Ericksen's Sub." 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Kilpatrick av., Patterson av., Waveland av. and the C. & 
N. W. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.- 
and-s. alley (in L. E. Crandall's Grayland Sub.). 
(See the notations under "Patterson av." under the • 
heading "Vacations of streets". ) 

Kimbark av., E. 65th st., E. 64th st. and Woodlawn 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 235 

Laflin st., Loomis st., W. Madison st. and W. Monroe 
st. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Canal Trustees' Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 



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Alleys : 

Lake St., N. Michigan av., E. South Water st. and N. 
Wabash a v. (block bounded by) : n.-and-s. alley. (See 
the heading "Garland ct") 

Lake St., N. Michigan av., N. Wabash av. and E. South 
Water st. (block bounded by) : canopy in n.-and-s. 
alley. Order, Passed 1355 

Laramie av., N. Leamington av., Park av. and West End 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 8S3 

Laramie av., N. Lockwood av., Patterson av. and Wave- 
land av. : direction for the institution of condemna- 
tion proceedings for the opening of an alley. Peti- 
tion and Order, to B. L. 1 1031 

Lawndale av., S. Ridgeway av., W. 34th st. and the C. & 
I. W. R. R. (block bounded by) : switch track across 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Commonwealth Edison 
Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Lighting of alleys. (For lights at particular locations see 
under the heading "Street lights". For data con- 
cerning the municipal lighting system see under the 
heading "Gas and Electricity, Dept. of".) 

Lincoln av., Newport av., Ravenswood av. and Roscoe 
st. (Mock bounded by) : vacation of part of n.w.- 
and-s.e. alley. (See under "Gross' North Addn. to 
Chicago" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Lincoln St., Park av., N. Robey st. and W. Washington 
boul. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2094 

Longwood drive, W. 91st st., W. 93rd st. and Pleasant 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 262 

' Longwood drive, W. 97th st., W. 9Gth st. and S. Win- 
chester av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 875 

Loomis St., Martin st., W. 107th st. and W. 106th st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley (in 
Hilliard & Hitt's Resub.). (See the notations under 
"Loomis st." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Loomis St., W. 107th st., W. 106th st. and the C. R. I. 
& P. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys 
(in Hilliard & Hitt's Resub.). (See the notations 
under "Loomis st." under the heading "Vacations 
of streets".) 

Lowe av., W. 113th St., W. 112th st. and Wallace st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alleys (in 
Second and First Additions to Sheldon Heights). (See 
the notations under "Lowe av." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 

Lowe av., W. 70th st., W. 71st st. and S. Union av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 1699 

Lunt av., Morse av., Morton st. and Ridge road (block 
bounded by) : sewer in e.-and-w. alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 866 

Madison St., N. Michigan av., E. Randolph st. and N. 
Wabash av. (block bounded by) : n.-and-s. alley. (See 
the heading "Garland ct.") 

Madison st., W. Monroe st., S. Rockwell st. and S. Wash- 
tenaw a v. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
e.-and-w. alley. (See under "Rockwell's Addn. to 
Chicago" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Madison st, N. State St., N. Wabash av. and E. Wash- 
ington st. (block bounded by) : n.-and-s. alley. (See 
the heading "Holden ct.") 

Marquette road, Perry av., W. 68th st. and Wentworth 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed^ 1740 

Marshfield av., S. Paulina st., W. 65th st. and W. 64th 
st. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1815-16 

Martin St., W. 107th St., W. 106th st. and Throop st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley (in 
Hilliard & Hitt's Resub.). (See the notations under 
"Loomis st." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

May st., Polk St., S. Racine av. and Taylor st. (block 
bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) across 
e.-and-w. alley. (See under the heading "Morand 
Brothers".) 



Alleys: 

May St., Polk st., S. Racine av. and Taylor st. (block 
bounded by) : opening of alleys. Ordinances (for 
repeal of ordinances passed February i28, 1887, and 
March 22, 1886), Passed, 1017, 1018 

May st, S. Racine av., W. 64th st. and W. 03rd st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed , 1699 

Michigan av., B. 111th St., E. 110th pi. and S. Wabash 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of n.-and-s. alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 1732 

Michigan av., E. 109th st., E. 110th st. and S. Wabash 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of n.-and-s. alley. 

Ordinance, Recommitted to B. L. I 647 

Second Ordinance, Passed 1222 

Reconsidered and to B. L. I . 1344 

Michigan av., E. 121st pi., E. 121st st. and S. State st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in Resub. 
of Blocks 5 to 8, Menage Sub.). (See the notations 
under "One hundred twenty-first st." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Michigan av., E. Randolph st., S. Wabash av. and E. 
Washington st. (block bounded by) : n.-and-s. alley. 
(See the heading "Garland ct.") 

Michigan av., River st. and E. South Water st. (block 
bounded by) : depression, paving, etc. of alleys. (See 
the ordinance providing for the improvement of South 
Water St., noted under the heading "South Water 

St.") 

Michigan av., E. 38th st., E. 37th st. and S. Wabash av. 
(block bounded by) : vault in n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under the heading "Young Men's Christian Assn.") 

Michigan av., E. 20th st., E. 21st st. and S. Wabash 
av. (block bounded by) : conduit in n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under the heading "Western Motor Car Co.") 

Milwaukee av., N. Sawyer av., N. Spaulding av. and 
Wrightwood av. (block bounded by) : vacation of 
alleys. (See under "Garrett's Third Logan Square 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Montrose av., N. Richmond st., N. Sacramento av. and 
Sunnyside av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed 1142-3 

Montrose av., N. Sawyer av., N. Spaulding av. and Sun- 
nyside av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed 255 

Newport av., N. Racine av., Roscoe st. and Seminary av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Cleveland's (George) Sub." un- 
der the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Normal av., W. 119th st., W. 120th st. and Parnell av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under 
"West Pullman" under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Normal av., Parnell av., W. 70th st. and W. 71st st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 1740 

Normal av., Parnell av., W. 71st st. and W. 72nd st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 1147 

Normal av., W. 28th St., W. 27th st. and Wallace st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under 
"Davis' (D.) Sub." under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

North av., Orchard st.. Vine st. and Willow st. (block 
bounded by) : e.-and-w. alley. (See the heading 
"Shades pi.") 

Oakley av., Park av., W. Washington boul. and N. West- 
ern av. (block bounded by) : direction for institution 
of condemnation proceedings for opening of e.-and-w. 
alley. Order, to B. L. 1 1471 

Obstructions and encroachments in alleys. (For a par- 
ticular encroachment or obstruction, see under the 
alley affected. For general data, if any, see under 
"Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc.," under 
the heading "Streets".) 

One hundred twenty-second st., W. 123rd st., S. Union 
av. and the P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. (block bounded 
by) : vacation of alleys. (See under "West Pullman" 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Paving of alleys. (For general data, if any, see "Paving 
of streets and alleys" under the heading "Streets". 
For the paving of particular alleys, see under the 
descriptions of the respective alleys.) 



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Alleys: 

Perry av., W. 70tU St., W. 71st. and Wentworth av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance. 
Passed 1 740 

l'oles in alleys. (For street-lighting poles, see under the 
heading "Street lights". For poles of public utility 
companies, etc., sec "Poles" under the heading 
"Streets".) 

Potwyne pi., N. Rockwell st., Sunnyside av. and the 
North Channel of the Drainage Canal (block bounded 
by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, Passed 253 

Princeton av., W. Gist pi., W. G2nd st. and Wentworth 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Nickol's (I. J.) Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Racine av., W. 78th pi., W. 78th st. and ThroOp st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "O'Neil and Tibbies' Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Rhodes av., B. 38th pi., E. 37th st. and Vernon av. (block 

bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, Passed. .121!) 

Rhodes av., E. 35th st., E. 37th st. and Vernon av. (block 

bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, Passed. 1460 

Kobey st., Sunnyside av., Wilson av. and N. Winchester 
av. (block hounded by) : smoke-stack foundation in 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading "Ravens- 
wood Hospital".) 

State St., E. 31st St., E. 32nd st. and S. Wabash av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of the first n.-and-s. 
alley east of S. State st. (See under "Walker's 
(C. H.) Sub." under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Subways under steam railroad tracks. ( See the head- 
ing "Subways, railroad".) 

Switch tracks along and across alleys. (See the head- 
ing "Switch tracks".) 

Tanks for the storage of gasoline, etc. in alleys. (See 
under the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 

Traffic regulations. (See the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 

Vacations of alleys. (See the heading "Vacations of al- 
leys". See also the various items listed under this 
(Alleys) heading.) 
Alliance National Bank : 

Banner. Order, Passed 1407 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 
Aliis-Chalmers Mfg. Co. : 

Paving of a portion of Redfield st. Order, Passed. ■ ■ .1539 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Vacation of an alley in Sheffield's Addn. to Chicago. 
(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Allison, Mr. : Driveways. Orders, Passed 645 

Allison, R. W. : Claim. To Finance 1005 

Alpert, S. W. : Driveways. Order, Passed 4812 

Alston, Samuel: Claim (as trustee). Order, Passed.. 561 

Altgeld st. : 

Paving, from N. Cicero av. to N. Lavergne av. (See 
"Paving, from Fullerton av. to Diversey av., etc." 
under the heading "Lamon av.") 

Paving, from N. Oak Park av. to N. Neva av. (See 
"Paving, from N. Oak Park av. to N. Harlem av.. 
etc." under the heading "Schubert av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Mont Clare av.. 
N. Sayre av., N. Newjand av., N. New England av. 
and N. Oak Park av. (See the notations under "Pav- 
ing, from N. Oak Park av. to N. Harlem av., etc." 
under the heading "Schubert av.") 
Alton Iron & Metal Co. : Purchase of scrap material of the 

old Roosevelt road viaduct. Order, Passed 2026 

Aluminum 'Goods Mfg. Co. : Sale of aluminum boxes to the 

City. Orders. Passed 24, 1601 

Aluminumware : Sale at retail by hardware stores. (See 

the ordinance licensing and regulating, noted under the 

heading "Hardware stores".) 
Alwart, Frederick : Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 
Alwart, Frederick W. : Switch track. (See under the head- 

ing "Switch tracks".) 
Amalgamated Trust and Savings Bank: Deposits of City 

funds. (Sec under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Ambassador Club: Claim. Order. Passed ......1070 

Amberg, M. Arnold- Auto-shed. Order, to Sldgs 1046 

Passed 1252 



American Asphalt Paving Co. : Appropriation for payment 

of unpaid bill against the City. See 2262 

American Assn. of Engineers: 

Chicago Chapter : request that suitable qualifications be 
required of all members of the Board of Appeals. 

Come, to Bldys 2158 

Joint Committee : request that a professional engineer be 
included as a member of the Board of Appeals. 

Come, to Bldf/s 215S 

American Can Co. : Vacation of part of an alley in Taylor 
and Kreigh'= Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 
American Committee for Devastated France, Inc.: 

General gala day. Comes, to Finance 288, 5123 

Order (authorizing a "flower day"), Passed 618 

Order (authorizing erection of tables and tents), 

Passed ol!> 

Order (authorizing the use of perambulators on 

streets outside the "Loop"), Passed 620 

American Committee for Russian Famine Relief, The: Re- 
quest for installation of coin boxes in City Hall offices. 

Order (referred Jan. 11, 192>2, p. 1603), Filed 753 

American Development Co.: Contract with the City for 
furnishing gas and gasoline lighting service during 1923. 

Order, Passed .1630 

American Drain and Sewer Construction Co. : Tapping of 

water supply pipe. Order, Passed 252 

Amended 866 

American Eagle Restaurant, The : Sign. Order, Passed 1875 
American Engineering Co. : Sale of stoker parts to the City. 

Order, Passed 2375-6 

American Express Co. : 

Allowance of discounts on certain hills collected by the 

company's agents. Order, Passed 1079-81 

Second Order, Passed 1151-2 

Amended 1683 

Third Order, Passed 1657 

Amended 1803, 1912-13 

Claims for rebates of water rates paid on certain prem- 
ises. Order, Passed 1081 

Pipes. Ordinance, to 8. <C- A 1868 

American Furniture Co.: Sign. Order, to Bldgs 660-1 

American Hide & Leather Co. : Tunnels. Ordinance, 

Passed 589-90 

Acceptance and bond. See 941-2 

Second Ordinance, to S. & A 1734 

Passed 2208-9 

American House Wrecking Co.: Claim. To Finance. . . .1181 
American Ladies' Aid Society: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
American Lamp & Shade Co.: Sign. Order, Passed. . . .1130 

American Legion : 

Eaton Pretty Post: street dance. Order, Passed 1006 

Memorial building to those who died in the service of 
the U. S. in the World War : in the matter of a 
campaign for the raising of a fund of $750,000 for 
erection. Address of Sergt. Samuel Woodfll (re- 
questing support) , Noted 967 

Resolution (endorsing the project and recom- 
mending an appropriation of $10,000 or more for the 

purpose) , to Finance 1011 

Come, from the World's War Veterans (protest- 
ing against a proposed appropriation), to Finance. 10G0 
Order (authorizing a "Buy-a-Brick" day for the 

purpose of soliciting funds), Passed 1068 9 

Miller (John Franklin) Post No. 37 (Michigan City. 

• Ind.) : request for the assignment of a fireboat from 

the City of Chicago for demonstration purposes at 

the State reunion. Come, to Schools 2158 

Municipally-owned buildings in parks, etc. : permission 

for free use. for meeting purposes. Order, Passed.. 854-5 
, National Convention (New Orleans) : ex-service men who 
are City employes granted leaves of absence with 
pay to attend the convention. Order, Passed. . . .1011 

North Shore Post : use of building for dancing purposes. 

Order, Passed 1590 

Pulaski Post No. 86: carnival. Order, Passed 37 

Pulaski Post No. 86 : street carnival. Order, Passed. 85S 
Tag days. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Woodlawn Post No. 175: carnival and street dance. 

Order, Passed 235 

American Lunch Room: Sign. Order, Passed 1036 



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American Medical Association : Vault, coal holes and trap- 
door. Ordinance, to S. d A 577 

Passed 2114-15 

American Milk Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 96 

American Printing Ink Co. : Vacation of an alley in Bber- 
hard and Wilbur's Sub. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
American Radio Relay League. The : Protest against the 

passage of a proposed ordinance regulating the installa- 
tion and maintenance of radio apparatus. Come, to 

G., 0. & E. L 524 

American Reed and Fibre Mfg. Co. : Sign. Order, 

Passed 2197 

American Sand & Gravel Co. : 

Sale of asphalt sand to the City. Order, Passed 356 

Sale of sand and gravel to the City. Orders, 

Passed 1723, 2373 

American Society for the Relief of the Starving Children of 
Germany and Austria. Tag day. (See under the head- 

ing "Tag days".) 
American State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 
the heading "Banks and banking".) 

American Tag Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 581 

American Trust & Savings Bank : Claim. Ordinance, 

Passed 96 

American Turnerbund (Illinois District) : Invitation to the 

City Council to attend an athletic tournament on March 

18, 1923. Accepted 1930 

Ames, Major Carlos: Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 
Ammunition. (See the notations under the heading "Weap- 
ons".) 
Amu sem eats : 

Applications for licenses of the 16th, 17th or 18th classes : 
approval of the City Council required prior to is- 
suance when held in other than amusement parks. 

Ordinance, Deferred 575 

Filed 12215 

Athletic Commission, City : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2223 

Auxiliary association to the Commission : direction 
for formation for the promotion of an annual 
amateur gymnastic and field meet. Resolu- 
tion, Adopted 1134 

Membership increased. Ordinance, Passed 1816 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Trans- 
fers of funds".) 
Athletics : 

(Note also the items relating to amusements 
generally.) 
American Turnerbund (Illinois District): invita- 
tion to the City Council to attend an athletic 
tournament on March IS, 1923. Accepted. .1930 
Athletic fields (municipal). (For data, if any, see 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and 
Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Baseball : in the matter of a series of games between 
firemen of New York and Chicago. (See under 
the heading "Mutual Aid and Benefit Assn. of 
the Chicago Fire Dept.") 
Baseball clubs, hoys' : direction that playground di- 
rectors assist in the organization of hoys' base- 
ball clubs. Subject-matter (referred March 

22, 1922, p. 2305), Filed 229 

Baseball exhibitions : direction for submission of au 
ordinance licensing professional exhibitions. 

Resolution, to Railroads 1000 

Bicycle Race, International Six-day (Oct. 29, 1922). 
Resolution (directing the appointment of a re- 
ception committee). Adopted 1137 

Come, from IV J. Harmon (inviting the 
Council to attend the races on "City Council 
"Day". Nov. 1. 1922). Pub. and Invitation Ac- 
cepted 1180-1 

Bicycle Race. International Six-day (Feb. 10, 19231. 
Resolution (appointing the entire Council as a 

reception committee). Adopted 1768 

Hicycle race from Milwaukee to Chicago: appoint 
ment of a reception committee of City officials. 
Resolution. A rloplcd 245 



Amusements : 
Athletics :■ 

Boxing and sparring: in the matter of the establish- 
ment of a State Athletic Commission for regula- 
tion and control. Resolution and Bill, to 

City Athletic Comn 1242 

Reconsidered and to Judiciary 1343-4 

Resolution (recommending a Bill), Adopt- 
ed 2080-3 

Physical Education, Department of: department 
created; powers and duties prescribed. Ordi- 
nance, to Judiciary 130S 

Police Dept. Field Day. (See under the heading 

"Police, Department of".) 
Sparring. (See "Boxing", above.) 
State Athletic Commission. (See the notations under 

"Boxing, etc.", above.) 
Wrestling bouts : prohibition against staging in the 

City of Chicago. Resolution, to Judiciary . .2000 
Cabarets (public places of amusements) : 

(Note also the items relating to amusements gen- 
erally.) 
Coffee houses or ordinaries conducted iu connection 
with public places of amusement. (See the no- 
tations under the heading "Coffee houses or or- 
dinaries".) 
Carnival companies : revocation of outstanding permits 
of companies operating games of chance or certain 
concessions for "which permits have been refused 

other organizations. Order, to Police 578 

Filed 1677-8 

Devices, amusement : direction for testing prior to is- 
suance of licenses for operation. Order, Passed.. 136 
Devices, amusement : prohibition against issuance of per 
mits for operation without the approval of the alder- 
men of the respective wards. Order, Passed 136 

Drugs, medicines, etc. ; prohibition against sale in con- 
nection with shows, entertainments and amusements. 

Ordinance, Passed 574 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942 

Parks, amusement : annual inspection of system of water 
pipes, fire plugs and equipment required ; inspection 
fee fixed. Ordinance (see pp. 144-5), Passed. .141-60 
Parks, amusement : prohibition against the operation of 
gambling devices and paddle wheels. Order (re- 
ferred Aug. 3, 1921, p. 1038), Filed 1677-8 

Theaters : 

(Note also the items relating to amusements gen- 
erally.) 
Corridors and hallways of motion-picture theaters : 
direction for an investigation for the purpose 
of lessening congestion on sidewalks by means of 
widening the corridors, etc. Order, to Bldgs. 572 
Firemen (stage) or fire guards : fee for examination 
by the Chief of F. P. & P. S. fixed. Ordi- 
nance (see p. 145), Passed .'. . .141-66 

Platforms in front of picture screens : permission 
for increase in areas of open platforms in .Class 
IVc theaters exceeding 300 seating capacity ; 
amount of increase prescribed according to seat- 
ing capacity. Ordinance, Passed 2030-1 

Report of newspaper publication. See. . . .2150 
Programs : requirement for diagrams of exits and 
seats in programs of theaters having seating 
capacities in excess of 300. Ordinance (see 

p. 145), Passed 141-06 

Seating of patrons during performances : direc- 
tion for submission of an ordinance prohibiting. 

Resolution, to Judiciary 1703 

Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids : pro- 
hibition against installation within 200 ft. of 
theaters. Ordinance (see p. 153), Passed. .141-66 
Tickets : direction for submission of an ordinance 
'. ; providing that the price of tickets be printed 

thereon. Resolution, to Judicial!) 1703 

Anastas, Andrew: Claim (presented as claim of A. K. 

A na stas. ) . Order, Passed 1283 

Ancona st. : Paving, from N. Green st. to N. Sangamon 
st. Ordinance (deferred Dec. 28, 1921, p. 1541), Re- 
committed to B. L. 1 2343 

Anda. Marshall : Driveways. Order, Passed 1311 

Andalman, M. N. : Driveway. Order, Passed 102Y 



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Andalinau, Samuel J. : 

Telephone-rate litigation : repeal of the ordinance, passed 
May 3, 1920, fixing rate as special counsel. Ordi- 
nance (referred July 8, 1921, p. 709), Filed 25 

Traction litigation : repeal of the ordinance, passed May 
3, 1920, fixing rate as special counsel. Ordinance 

(referred July 8, 1921, pp. 708-9), Filed 25 

Anderson Furnace Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 253 

Anderson, I. J. : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in cer- 

tain property acquired through tax sales. (See under 
the heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 
Anderson, Louis B. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Anderson (O. T.) & Co.: Claim. Filed 623 

Anderson, P. E. : Sign. Order, Passed 1542 

Anderson, Per : Driveway (permission to Per Anderson and 

Alfred N. Nelson). Order, Passed 11231 

Anderson, Raymond W. : Driveways. Order, passed. . .1004 

Anderson, Thomas: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2364 

Andrenovsky, J. : Sign. Order, Passed 1035 

Andrews, Alfred F. : Vacation of Cortland st. and adjacent 
alleys. (See the notations under "Cortland st." under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Andrews Engineering Co. : Settlement of claims in connec- 

tion with construction of superstructure of the Wells 

st. bridge. Order, Passed 2372-3 

Andrews Realty Co. : Real estate building. Order, 

Passed 252 

Andy, Arthur L. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Angel Guardian German Catholic Orphan Society of Chicago : 
Vacation of alleys in "Highridge". (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 

Angelica, N. D. : Driveway. Order, Passed 473 

Angell (John E.) Steam Specialty Co.: Claim. To 

Finance 1536 

Angelus, John : Sign. Order, Passed 132 

Angwell Curtain Co., Inc.: Claim. To Finance 1869 

Animals : x 

Appropriation for the removal of dead animals. See.. 2251 
Dead animals : contract for collection and disposal 

(Canal Melting Co.). Order, Passed 1163 

Dog kennels and catteries : "dog kennel" defined ; "cat- 
tery" defined ; licenses required ; requirement for pro- 
curement of only one license by dealers in household 
pets ; license fees and license period fixed ; provision 
for issuance of metal tags for animals ; sanitary 
regulations prescribed ; penalty provided. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 530-1 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942-3 

Dog pound. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Police, Dept. of".) 
Household pets (dogs, birds, etc.) : license fees for deal- 
ers conducting dog kennels and catteries. (See the 
notations under "Dog kennels and catteries", above.) 
Live Stock Exhibition, Annual International : endorsement 
of the exhibition by the City Council. Resolution, 

Adopted 1479 

Veterinary hospitals. (See under the heading "Hos- 
pitals".) 
Ann St.: Canopy at n.e. cor. of Fulton st. (See under the 

heading "United Butchers' Packing Co.") 
Annexation and disconnection of territory: 

Maine, Township of: annexation, to the City of Chicago, 
of S. E. % and part of S. W. Vi, Sec. 25-41-12. 
Ordinance (directing submission of the question to a 

referendum vote on June 5, 1922), Passed 78-9 

(For the result of the referendum vote, see p. 
600.) 

Ordinance (annexing the territory), Passed. .916-17 
Ordinance (making the territory a part of the 

new Forty-first Ward), Passed 917-18 

Niles, Township of : annexation, to the City of Chicago, 
of part of Bronson's part of Caldwell's Reservation 

in Township 41-13. Petition, to Finance 944 

Filed 1291 

Ordinance (directing submission of the question 
to a referendum vote on Nov. 7, 1922), Passed. .. .1026-7 
Ordinance, (annexing the territory), Passed. .1476-7 
Ordinance (making the territory a part of the 

new 41st Ward) , Passed 1628 

Norwood Park, Township of : annexation, to the City of 
Chicago, of a certain portion of the township. 
Petition, to Finance 2196-7 



Annexation and disconnection of territory: 

Stickney, Township of : annexation, to the City of Chi- 
cago, of S. % of Sec. 18, and N. y 2 of N. % of 
Sec. 19-38-13. Ordinance (directing submission of 
the question to a referendum vote on April 3, 1923), 

Passed 1961-,2 

Worth, Town of : annexation, to the City of Chicago, of 
the territory bounded by 97th st., 99th st., Western 
av. and the B. & O. C. T. R. R. (Rockwell st.).. 

Petition, to Judiciary 1772 

Filed 2206 

Ordinance (directing submission of the question 
to a referendum vote on April 3, 1923), to Judiciary .1817 

Filed 2206 

Annoreno, Otto L. : Vacation of part of an alley in Rufus 
C. Hall's Addn. to Argyle. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Anson, Adrian C. : Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 
Anson (Adrian C.) Memorial Assn. : Tag day. (See under 

the heading "Tag days".) 
Anthony av. : Sidewalk, from E. 84th st. to Jeffery av. 

(s.w. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 480 

Anti- Saloon League of Illinois : Direction for an investiga- 
tion of activities. Resolution, to Judiciary 1134 

Apartment districts. (See under the heading "Zoning sys- 
tem".) 

Apex Motor Fuel Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1691 

Apex Motor Fuel & Lubricant Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Pdssed 136 

Apfel, Ed : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to G., O. 

& E. L 1480 

Filed 1864 

Appeals, Board of, under the "zoning ordinance". (See under 

the heading "Zoning system".) 
Appel, Charles L. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Appointments : 

Adamowski, Max : member, Milwaukee-Chicago Bicycle 

Race reception committee. See 245 

Advisers to Comr. of Health. See 2253-6 

Agnew, Charles : 

New York Fire Dept. Baseball Team arrangement 

committee : member. See 680-1 

Redisricting, Committee on : member. See .... 1354-5 
Ames, Major Carlos : member, New York Fire Dept. Base- 
ball Team arrangement committee. See 680-1 

Anderson, Louis B. : 

Constitution (proposed new) for Illinois, Committee 

to Promote Rejection of: member. See. .. .1427-8 

- Ku Klux Klan investigation committee : member. 

See 1468 

Parker (Governor of La.) reception committee: mem- 
ber. See :1869 

Appel, Charles L. : member, board of directors, Chicago 

Public Library. Approved 1494 

Armitage, Edward R. : 

Milwaukee-Chicago Bicycle Race reception committee : 

member. See 245 

New York Fire Dept. Baseball Team arrangement 

committee : member.. See 680 1 

Athletic Commission, City : John H. Johntry as a mem- 
ber. Approved 1506 

Bowler, James B. : 

Milwaukee-Chicago Bicycle Race reception committee : 

member. See 245 

New York Fire Dept. Baseball Team arrangement 

committee : member. See 680-1 

Railroads, Industries and Compensation : chairman. 

See 1354-5 

Buildings and Zoning, Committee on : John J. Touhy as 

a member. See 1354-5 

Byrne, Thomas F. : 

Inaugural Ceremonies committee : member. See . . 1428 

New York Fire Dept. Baseball Team arrangement 

committee : member. See 680-1 

Police and Municipal Courts, Committee on : chair- 
man. See 1354-5 

Cepak, Joseph : 

Public Markets, Committee on: member. See.. 1354-5 

Railroads, Industries and Compensation, Committee 

on : member. See 1354-5 



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Appointments : 

"Chicago Plan" Commission : 

Deuther, Tomaz : member. Approved 1711-12 

Felix, Benjamin B. : member. Approved 1620 

Clark, John S. : 

Gas, Oil and Electric Light, Committee on : chair- 
man. See 1354-5 

Municipal Institutions and City Hall, Committee on : 

member. See 1354-5 

New York Fire Dept. Baseball Team arrangement 

committee : member. See 680-1 

Constitution (proposed new) for Illinois, Committee to 

Promote Rejection of. See 1427-S 

Coughlin. John J. : member, Parker (Governor of La.) 

reception committee. See 1869 

Crowe, Dorsey R. : member, Committee on Schools, Fire 

and Civil Service. See 1354-5 

Cullerton, John F. : Fire Commissioner. Approved. .1345-6 

Denemark, Edward J. : First Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms 

(City Council). See 1425 

Deuther, Tomaz : member, "Chicago Plan" Commission. 

Approved 1711-12 

Devereux, Thomas P. : member, Committee on Gas, Oil 

and Electric Light. See 1354-5 

Eaton, Charles S. : member, Inaugural Ceremonies com- 
mittee. See 1428 

Education, Board of : 

Ginsburg, Mrs. Dorothy S. : member. Deferred.... 523 

Approved 598 

Motion to reconsider, Lost 598 

Gregg, Mrs. Johanna: member. Deferred 523 

Approved 598 

Motion to reconsider, Lost 598 

Robertson, Dr. John Dill: member. Deferred. .. .522-3 

Approved 597-8 

Motion to reconsider, Lost 598 

Education (Board of), Special Committee on the Filling 

of an Existing Vacancy on. See 1566 

Report of activities. See 1625-6 

Engineers (Stationary), Board of Examiners of: Louis 

G. Housman as a member. Approved 1565-6 

Felix, Benjamin B. : member, "Chicago Plan" Commis- 
sion. Approved 1620 

Finance, Committee on : 

Horan. Dennis A.: member. See 1354-5 

O'Toole, Wm. R. : member. See 1354-5 

Finucane, Wm. S. : member, Board of Local Improve- 
ments. Approved 599 

Fire Commissioner: John F. Cullerton. Approved. .1345-6 

Fire Department building survey commission. See... 536-7 

Fire Marshal: Arthur R. Seyferlich. Deferred 940 

Approved 1057-8 

Frankhauser, E. I. : 

Inaugural Ceremonies committee: member. See. .1428 

Ku Klux Klan investigation committee : member. 

See 1580 

Parker (Governor of La.) reception committee: 

member. See 1869 

Garner, John P. : member, Inaugural Ceremonies com- 
mittee. See 1428 

Gas Litigation, Committee on : Frank J. Link as a mem- 
ber. See 1354-5 

Gas, Oil and Electric Light, Committee on : 

Clark, John S. : chairman. See 1354-5 

Devereux, Thomas P.: member. See 1354-5 

Ginsburg, Mrs. Dorothy S. : member, Board of Education. 

Deferred 523 

Approved 598 

Motion to reconsider, Lost 598 

Govier, Sheldon W. : member, Committee on Police and 

Municipal Courts. See 1354-5 

firegg, Mrs. Johanna : member, Board of Education. 

Deferred 523 

Approved 598 

Motion to reconsider, Lost 598 

Hausman, Louis G. : member, Board of Examiners of Sta- 
tionary Engineers. Approved 1565-6 

Hazard, Paul A. : member, board of directors, Chicago 

Public Library. Approved 1712 

Health, Department of: advisers to Comr. of Health. 

See 2253-6 

Hraly, James J. : member, board of directors, Chicago 

Public I/ibrary. Approved 1771-2 



Appointments : 

Hogan, Scott M. : member, New York Fire Dept. Baseball 

Team arrangement committee. See 680-1 

Hogan, Timothy A. : member, Committee on Railroads, 

Industries and Compensation. See 1354-5 

Horan, Dennis A. : member, Committee on Finance. 

See 1354-5 

Home, John G. : member, Committee on Streets and Al- 
leys. See 1354-5 

Inaugural Ceremonies committee. See 1428 

Jensen, Christ A. : member, Milwaukee-Chicago Bicycle 

Race reception committee. See 246 

Johntry, John H. : 

Athletic Commission, City: member. Approved. . 1566 
Milwaukee-Chicago Bicycle Race reception committee : 

member. See 245 

Jonas, Edgar A. : director, Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis 

Sanitarium. Approved 680 

Judiciary, Committee on : Thomas O. Wallace as a mem- 
ber. See 1354-5 

Kaindl, Edward J. : member, Milwaukee-Chicago Bicycle 

Race reception committee. See 245 

Kavanagh, Maurice F. : member, Milwaukee-Chicago Bi- 
cycle Race reception committee. See 245 

Kovarik, James F. : member, Committee on Public Health. 

See 1354-5 

Ku Klux Klan investigation committee. See.... 1468, 1586 

Lapping, Harry : Superintendent, Maxwell St. Market. 

Approved 2007-8 

Library, Chicago Public : 

Appel, Charles L. : member, board of directors. 

Approved 1494 

Hazard, Paul A. : member, board of directors. Ap- 
proved 1712 

Healy, James J. : member, board of directors. 

Approved 1771-2 

Turner, Frederick W. : member, board of directors. 

Approved 1635-6 

Link, Frank J. : member, Committee on Gas Litigation. 

See 1354-5 

Local Improvements, Board of : Wm. S. Finucane, as a 

member. Approved 599 

Local Transportation, Committee on : Benjamin S. Wilson 

as a member. See 1354-5 

Lyle, John H. : member, New York Fire Dept. Baseball 

Team arrangement committee. See 680-1 

Maxwell St. Market : Harry Lapping as Superintendent. 

Approved 2007-8 

Maypole, George M. : 

New York Fire Dept. Baseball Team arrangement 

committee : member. See 680-1 

Parker (Governor of La.) reception committee: 

member. See 1869 

McDonough, Joseph B. : member, New York Fire Dept. 

Baseball Team arrangement committee. See.... 680-1 
McNichols, James ; member, Committee on Public Health. 

See 1354-5 

Milwaukee-Chicago Bicycle Race reception committee. 

See 245 

iUulcahy, Robert J. : 

Constitution (proposed uew) for Illinois, Committee 

to Promote Rejection of: member. See ...1427-8 
Ku Klux Klan investigation committee : chairman. 

See 146 § 

Parker (Governor of La.) reception committee: chair- 
man. See 1869 

Municipal Institutions and City Hall, Committee on : 

John S. Clark as a member. See 1354-5 

New York Fire Dept. Baseball Team arrangement com- 
mittee. See 680-1 

Olsen, Oscar H. : 

Constitution (proposed new) for Illinois, Committee 

to Promote Rejection of: member. See 1427-8 

Education (Board of), Committee to tender appoint- 
ment to certain leading business men. See ..1566 
Inaugural Ceremonies committee: member. See. .142S 
Ku Klux Klan investigation committee : member. 

See 1468 

Milwaukee-Chicago Bicycle Race reception committee: 

member. See • • 245 

New York Fire Dept. Baseball Team arrangement 

committee : chairman. See 680-1 

Parker (Governor of La.) reception committee: 

member. See 1869 



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Appointments : 

O'Toole, William R. : member, Committee on Finance. 

See 1354 5 

Parker (Governor of La.) reception committee. See.. 1869 
Police and Municipal Courts, Committee on : 

Byrne, Thomas F. : chairman. See 1354-5 

Govier, Sheldon W. : member. See 1354-5 

Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Fund : appointment of 
Frank C. Weber as a member of the Board of Trus- 
tees. See 2008 

Powers, John : member, Inaugural Ceremonies committee. 

See 1428 

Public Health, Committee on : 

Kovarik, James F. : member. See 1354-5 

McNichols, James: member. See 1354-5 

Public Markets, Committee on : 

Cepak, Joseph : member. See 1354-5 

Touhy, John J.: member. See 1354-5 

Railroads, Industries and Compensation, Committee on : 

Bowler, James B. : chairman. See 1354-5 

Cepak, Joseph : member. See 1354-5 

Hogan, T. A. : member. See 1354-5 

Redistricting, Committee on : Charles J. Agnew as a mem- 
ber. See 1354-5 

Richert, John A. : 

Education (Board of), Committee to tender appoint- 
ment to certain leading business men. See. .1566 
Inaugural Ceremonies committee: chairman. See. 1428 
New York Fire Dept. Baseball Team arrangement 

committee : member. See 680-1 

Righeimer, Frank S. : as attorney-in-fact for the City in 
connection with the initial registration of title to a 
certain tract of land. Order, Passed 1535-6 

Robertson, Dr. John Dill : member, Board of Education. 

Deferred 522-3 

Approved 597-8 

Motion to reconsider, Lost 598 

Scblegel, Henry : 

Milwaukee-Chicago Bicycle Race reception committee : 

member. See 245 

New York Fire Dept. Baseball Team arrangement 

committee : member. See 680-1 

Schools, Fire and Civil Service. Committee on : Dorsey 

R. Crowe as a member. See 1354-5 

Schwartz, U. S. : 

Constitution (proposed new) for Illinois, Committee 

to Promote Rejection of: chairman. See. .1427-8 

Inaugural Ceremonies committee : chairman. See.1428 

Ku Klux Klan investigation committee : member. 

See 1468 

Parker (Governor of La.) reception committee: mem- 
ber. See 1869 

Sergeant-at-Arms, First Assistant (City Council) : Edward • ■ 
J. Denemark. See 1425 

Seyferlich, Arthur R. : Fire Marshal. Deferred 940 

Approved 1057-8 

Shaffer, Samuel O. : 

Ku Klux Klan investigation committee : member. 

See 1586 

Parker (Governor of La,) reception committee: mem- 
ber. See 1869 

Small (Mrs. Ida) funeral committee. See 943 

Smith, Clayton F. : member, New York Fire Dept. Base- 
ball Team arrangement committee. See 680-1 

Stationary Engineers, Board of Examiners of. (See "En- 
gineers", above.) 

Streets and Alleys, Committee on : John G. Home as a 

member. See 1354-5 

Thompson, William Hale : chairman, Milwaukee-Chicago 

Bicycle Race reception committee. See 245 

Touhy, John J. : 

Buildings and Zoning, Committee on : member. 

See 1354-5 

Public Markets, Committee on: member. See.. 1354-5 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium, Chicago Municipal : Edgar A, 

Jonas as a director. Approved 680 

Turner, Frederick W. : member, board of directors, Chi- 
cago Public Library. Approved 1635-6 



Appointments: 

Walkowiak, Stanley S. : 

Constitution (proposed new) for Illinois, Committee 

to Promote Rejection oK: member. See. .. .1427-8 
Ku Klux Klan investigation committee : member. 

See 1468 

Parker (Governor of La.) reception committee : mem- 
ber. See 1869 

Wallace, Thomas O. : member, Committee on Judiciary. 

See 1354-5 

Weber, Frank C. : member, Board of Trustees, Policemen's 

Annuity and Benefit Fund. See 2008 

Wilson, Benjamin S. : 

Education (Board of), Committee to tender appoint- 
ment to certain leading business men. See.. 1566 
Local Transportation, Committee on : member. 

See 1354-5 

Woodhull, Ross A. : 

Inaugural Ceremonies committee: member. See. .1428 
Ku Klux Klan investigation committee : member. 

See 1586 

New York Fire Dept. Baseball Team arrangement 

committee : member. See 680-1 

Parker (Governor of La.) reception committee : mem- 
ber. See 1869 

Appropriations : 

' 1922. 
Annual Appropriation Bill for 1922 : 

(See also the index for 1921-22.) 

(b) Note — For the intermediate action of the 
Council on the appropriation ordinance, see the 
following : 

Order (directing an appropriation for the 
installation, repair and replacement of culverts 
in the 29th Ward) (referred Jan. 18, 1922, p. 
1726) , Filed 753 

Resolution (directing an appropriation of 
not less than $100,000 for relieving the condi- 
tions of suffering and destitution caused by un- 
employment) (referred Jan. 25, 1922, p. 1756), 
Filed 753 

Resolution (directing that there be no in- 
creases in the salary rates of any City employes 
unless such increases be general in their appli- 
cation to all the various grades and classes) 
(referred Jan. 25, 1922, p. 1756), Filed 753 

Order (directing an increase in the salary 
rate of hydrant inspectors) (referred Feb. 1, 
1922, p. 1841), Filed 753 

Order (directing that City administrative 
officials co-operate with the Com. on Finance in 
an attempt to reduce certain proposed appro- 
priations by $2,200,000, and that provision be 
made for increases in the salary rates of police- 
men and firemen) (referred Feb. 3, 1922, pp. 
1849-51), Filed ... 753 

Amendment (directing that all civil service 
positions included in the 1921 appropriation 
ordinance be included in the 1922 appropriation 
ordinance) (published and deferred Jan. 27, 

1922, p. 1780), Filed 918 

Similar Order (referred Feb. 1, 1922, 

p. 1844), Filed 753 

(c) Note — For the subsequent action of the Coun- 
cil on matters in connection with the appropria- 
tion ordinance, see the following : 

Ordinance (changing the language of an 
item of appropriation for the Com. on Railroads, 

Industries and Compensation), Passed 483 

Report of newspaper publication. See.. 681 
Order (directing certain changes in account 
designations for the Bureau of Streets), Pos8ed.ll76 
Supplementary appropriations : 

Ordinance (appropriating $11,608.86 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for payment of salaries of the 

License Bureau) , Passed 22 

Amended 732 

Reports of newspaper publication. See 

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1922. 
Appropriations : 

Supplementary appropriations : 

Ordinance (appropriating $19,398.12 from the 
Bridge Bond Fund for payment of final voucher to 
FitzSimons & Connell Dredge & Dock Co. on contract 
for the removal of center pier and dredging of the 

Chicago River at the Wells st. bridge), Passed - 82 

Report of newspaper publication. See .... 289 
Ordinance (appropriating $135,900 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for payment of salaries and operat- 
ing expenses of the Department of License for the 

year 1922), Passed 86 

Amended 239, 732 

Reports of newspaper publication. See.... 

289, 599-600, 942-3 

Ordinance (appropriating $15,164.35 from mis- 
cellaneous receipts for payment of salaries and 
operating expenses of the Department of License for 

the month of May, 1922) , Passed 114 

Amended 732 

Reports of newspaper publication. See 289, 942-3 
Ordinance (appropriating $675,000 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for the employment of 1000 addi- 
tional police patrolmen), to Finance 175 

Passed 219 

Report of newspaper publication. See.. 599-600 
Ordinance (appropriating $500,000 from the Cor- 
porate Purposes Fund for street and alley cleaning, 

removal of garbage, etc.), to Finance 294 

Ordinance (appropriating $3,400,000 from 
Bridge and Viaduct Construction Bonds for bridge 

and viaduct construction), to Finance 294 

Passed 717 

Repealed 1157 

Report of newspaper publication. See ....942-3 
Ordinance (appropriating $42,000 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for the employment of 35 additional 

lieutenants in the Fire Dept.), to Finance 475 

Passed 720 

Report of newspaper publication. See ....942-3 
Ordinance (appropriating $7,000.00 for license 
clerks and extra clerk hire in the office of the City 

Collector) , Passed 526 

Report of newspaper publication. .See. .. .942-3 
Ordinance (appropriating $428,705.75 from mis- 
cellaneous receipts for sundry City departments), ' 

Passed 704-6 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 942-3 

Ordinance (appropriating $3,400,000 from the 

Bridge and Viaduct Construction Bond Fund for 

bridge and viaduct construction, and $2,000,000 from 

the Street Lighting System Bond Fund for extensions 

to the street lighting system), Passed 706-8 

Report of newspaper publication. See. .. .942-3 
Ordinance (appropriating $500,000 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for initial payment for construction 
of a central police station and municipal court build- 
ing) , Passed 708-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See. . . .942-3 
Ordinance, Reconsidered and to Fireance.1050 
Ordinance (appropriating $5,000 from the Water 
Fund for the payment of interest on water pipe exten- 
sion certificates), Passed 710 

Report -of newspaper publication. See ....942-3 
Ordinance (appropriating $5,000 from the Vehi- 
cle Tax Fund for payment of salaries of license 
checkers in the office of the City Clerk), Passed. .713-14 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1058 

Ordinance (appropriating $2,000.00 from mis- 
cellaneous receipts for payment of claim of Bridget 

Coen for personal injuries), Passed 716 

Report of newspaper publication. See ....942-3 
Ordinance (appropriating $1,574.87 from mis- 
cellaneous receipts for payment of expenses of Fire 
Dept. employes lobbying for a tax-rate increase for 

the City of Chicago) , Passed 723 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 942-3 
Ordinance (appropriating $98,760 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for payment of salaries and miscel- 
laneous expense of the Department of Law), Passed 731 
Report of newspaper publication. See.... 942-3 



1922. 
Appropriations : 

Supplementary appropriations : 

Ordinance (appropriating $50,000 from the 
"traction funds" for studies and investigations of 
the Com. on Local Transportation during the year 

1922), Passed 736 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 1058 
Ordinance (appropriating $1,650 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for the employment of a title ex- 
pert) , Passed 738 

Report of newspaper publication. See ....942-3 
Ordinance (appropriating $1,000 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for an increase in the salary rate 
of the Deputy Superintendent of Police), Passed.... 739 
Report of newspaper publication. See.... 942-3 
Ordinance (appropriating $2,000 from miscellan- 
eous receipts for the purchase of special police 

badges), Passed 741-2 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 1058 
1923. 
Annual Appropriation Bill for 1923 : 

(a) Committee report, Def. and Pub. 2133 

Annual Appropriation Ordinance, 

Passed 2215-2342 

(Journal corrected, p. 2345.) 

Ordinance (directing publication of the or- 
dinance in the Chicago Evening Post), Passed . 2343-4 

(b) Note — For the intermediate action of the Coun- 
cil on the appropriation ordinance, see the fol- 
lowing : 

Resolution (pledging the limiting of appro- 
priations for 1923 to the estimated revenue for 
that year, etc.), Adopted 240 

Order (directing an appropriation for a 
bridge across the Chicago River at N. LaSalle 
st.) , to Finance 122S 

Order (directing an appropriation of $200,- 
000 for the installation of a water purification 
system at municipal bathing beaches), to 
Finance 1357 

Order (directing the allotment of 1923 ap- 
propriations for street and alley cleaning by 
wards) , to Finance 1481 

Order (directing that provision be made for 
fifteen additional ward superintendents, ward 
yards, sites and clerks, and that appropriations 
for street and alley cleaning be allotted by 
wards) , to Finance 1481 

Order (directing an appropriation for the 
establishment of a comfort station at the in- 
tersection of N. Cicero av., Milwaukee av. and 
Irving Park boul.), to Finance 1543 

Order (directing the allotment of 1923 ap- 
propriations for street and alley cleaning by 
wards) , to Finance 1587 

Order (directing an appropriation for an 
additional fire-boat), to Finance 1626' 

Resolution (directing an appropriation of 
$5,000 for rewards in connection with the ap- 
prehension of "vampire" drivers of motor vehi- 
cles) , Pub. and to Police 1703 

Filed 2206 

Order (directing an appropriation for re- 
building the fire station at No. 2214 Barry 
av. ) , to Finance 1735 

Resolution (requesting an appropriation for 
the completion of track elevation work in the 
old Ninth Ward), to Track Elevation 1871 

Resolution (directing an appropriation of 
$1,000 for hangar and improvements at the 
landing field at S. Cicero av. and W. 63rd st.), 
to Aviation 1876 

Order (directing an appropriation of $50,- 
000 for survey and plans in connection with the 
construction of a bridge over the Sanitary Dis- 
trict Channel at S. Crawford av. and W. 31st 
st. ) , to Finance 1888 

Order (directing an appropriation of $500,- 
000 for installation of street lights in the out- 
lying districts) , to Finance 1914 

Resolution (directing the allotment of 1923 
appropriations for street and alley cleaning by 
wards) , to Finance 1983 



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Appropriations : 

1923. 
Annual Appropriation Bill for 1923 : 

Order (directing inclusion in the 1923 ap- 
propriation ordinance of the same number of 
members of the Fire Department as are now 

employed in said department), Passed 2111-12 

Amendment (providing for the employment 
of additional help in the offices of the Bailiff 
and the Clerk of the Municipal Court), 
Tabled 2215-16 

(c) Note— For the subsequent action of the Coun- 
cil on the appropriation ordinance, see the fol- 
lowing : 

Order (directing the revision of salary 
schedule for employes in certain grades in the 
engineering, designing and structural service), 
to Finance 2344 

Resolution (providing for the employment of 
additional help in the offices of the Bailiff and 
the Clerk of the Municipal Court), to Finance. .2344 

Amendment (providing for the employment 
of a head accounting investigator in lieu of a 
principal accounting investigator in the office 
of the City Comptroller), to Finance 2357 

Amendment (providing for the employment 
of a principal clerk in lieu of a senior clerk in 
the Bureau of Parks, etc.), to Finance 2358 

Amendment (providing for the employment 
of a senior clerk in lieu of a junior clerk in 
the Bureau of Rivers and Harbors), to Finance.. 2359 

Amendment (providing for an increase in 
the salary rate of asphalt foremen in the Bureau 
of Streets) , to Finance 2359 

Amendment (providing for the employment 
of a senior clerk in lieu of a junior clerk in the 
office of the City Comptroller), to Finance. . . .2361 

Amendments (providing for the employ- 
ment of three principal clerks in lieu of three 
senior clerks in the office of the City Comp- 
troller), to Finance 2363, 2364, 2365 

Amendment (providing for the employment 
of a principal clerk in lieu of a senior clerk 
in the Fire Department), to Finance 2364 

Amendment (providing for the employment 
of a senior stenographer in lieu of a junior 
stenographer in the Bureau of Parks, etc.), 
to Finance 2364 

Amendments (providing for the employment 
of two principal stenographers in lieu of two 
senior stenographers in the Department of Gas 
and Electricity), to Finance 2364, 2365 

Amendment (providing for the employment 
of a principal examiner in lieu of a senior ex- 
aminer in the office of the Civil Service Com- 
mission), to Finance 2365 

Bond-issue proceeds : Annual appropriations from the 

bond funds. See 2296-2311 

"Contract liabilities" : interpretation of items of appro- 
priations (Sec. 5 of the Annual Appropriation Bill). 

See .' 2217 

Corporate Purposes Fund : Annual appropriations from 

the fund. See 2218-92 

Estimates (Comptroller's and departmental) for 1923. 

to Finance 1495-6 

Firemen's Pension Tax Fund : Annual appropriations 

from the fund. See 2294 

House of Correction Employes' Pension Tax Fund : An- 
nual appropriations from the fund. See 2295 

Humane Societies Fund : Annual appropriations from 

the fund. See 2294 

Library (Chicago Public) Tax Fund: Annual appro- 
priations from the fund. See 2295 

Municipal Employes' Annuity and Benefit Tax Fund : 

Annual appropriations from the fund. See 2294 

Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Tax Fund: Annual 

appropriations from the fund. See 2294 



Appropriations : 

1923. 
Salaries and current expenses for the period following 
Dec. 31, 1922, and prior to the passage of the An- 
nual Appropriation Bill for 1923. Ordinance 

(for January, 1923), Passed ; 1622 

Amendment, to Finance 1683 

Ordinance (for February, 1923), Passed 1717 

Amended 1786 

Ordinance (for March, 1923), Passed 1857 

School Tax Fund : Annual appropriations from the 

fund. See 2295 

Sinking Funds and Interest, Special Tax Fund for : An- 
nual appropriations from the fund. See 2293 

Special funds, miscellaneous : Annual appropriations 

from miscellaneous bond funds. See 2296-2311 

"Traction funds" : Annual appropriations from the funds. 

See 2296 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium (Chicago Municipal) Tax Fund. 

Annual appropriations from the fund. See 2296 

Unclaimed Rebate Fund : Annual appropriations from 

the fund. See 2296 

"Unpaid bills" : interpretation of items of appropriations 

(Sec. 5 of the Annual Appropriation Bill). See. .2217 
Vehicle Tax Fund : Annual appropriations from the 

fund. See 2312-17 

Water Fund : Annual appropriations from the fund. 

See 2318-41 

General. 

Charging of particular expenditures to particular ap- 
propriations. (See the notations under parti- 
cular items, noted under the names of the re- 
spective bureaus and departments affected.) 
Liabilities in excess of items of appropriation : incur- 
rence of, during 1923, prohibited (Sec. 4 of the 

Annual Appropriation Bill). See 2217 

Transfers of funds in appropriations. (See the head- 
ing "Transfers of funds".) 

Arado & Arado : Sign. Order, Passed 1411 

Arbuckle, Roscoe : Prohibition against the exhibition of 

films featuring Roscoe Arbuckle. Order, to Judiciary 35 

Filed 566 

Resolution, to Judiciary 1591 

Come, from the Commander of Loyd Wheaton Post, 
V. of F. W. (objecting to the proposed action of the City 

Council) , to Judiciary 1620 

Archer av. : 

Repair of the roadway from S. Central av. to S. Cicero 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1545 

Sidewalks, from S. Central av. to S. Narragansett av. 

(both sides) . Ordinance, Passed 497 

Sidewalks, from S. Narragansett av. to S. Harlem av. 

(both sides) . Ordinance, Passed 659 

Sidewalk, from W. 19th st. to S. Dearborn st. (n.w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 997 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Tanks and pumps (gasoline), at Nos. 2165-69. (See un- 
der the heading "Heyn, W. P.") 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 2467. (See under 

the heading "Schader, John T.") 
Water supply pipe, from S. Mason av. to S. Mansfield 

av. (n. side) . Order, Passed 682-3 

Water supply pipe, from S. Parkside av. to S. Massasoit 

av. (n. side) . Order, Passed 682-3 

Water supply pipe connections at S. Rutherford and S. 

Normandy avs. Order, Passed 1314 

Architectural Decorating Co. : Driveway. Order, Possed.1690 

Architecture, Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2278 

Capital account. (For data, if any, see "Capital ac- 
counts" under the heading "Finance".) 

Architecture (Bureau of) Capital Account. (For data, if any, 
see "Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 






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21 



Ardmore av. : 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from N. Central av. to Linder av. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Newark av. to N. Natoma av. 

Order, Passed 40 

Ardway Motor Corp. : Driveways. Order, Passed .... 492 

Area ways in sidewalk space. (See under the respective streets 
and alleys, and under the names of particular individuals, 
etc. For miscellaneous data, see under "Occupation of 
streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the heading 
"Streets".) 
Argyle st. : 

Canopy at Nos. 1038-52. (See under the heading "Hoch- 

stadter, Gustav".) 
Closing of the street to traffic, between N. Laramie av. 

and N. Lockwood av. Order, Passed 656 

Sidewalk, from N. Crawford av. to N. Keeler av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1234 

Water supply pipe, from N. Central Park av. to Drake 

av. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from 428 ft. east of N. Lavergne av. 

to 270 ft. west of N. Cicero av. Order, Passed. .1774-6 

Armistice Day : Observance of the day (November 11, 

1922). Resolution, Adopted 1221-2 

Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and Filed 1266 

Armitage av. : 

Building at n.e. cor. of Keystone av. : incombustible par- 
titions. Order to Bldgs 1149 

Passed 1330 

Filling station at Nos. 2319-25 : permission for operation. 

Order, Passed 1144 

Repair of pavement, from Humboldt boul. to N. Cicero 

av. Order, to Finance 45 

Sewer, from N. Harlem av. to N. Oak Park av. (See 
"Sewer, from W. North av. to 240 ft. north of Medill 
av., etc." under the heading "Harlem av.") 
Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 4145. (See under the 

heading "Hermosa Gas and Oil Station".) 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 
Armitage, Edward R. : Appointments. (See under the 
heading "Appointments".) 

Armour & Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 250 

Armour, J. Ogden : Tender of appointment as a member 

of the Board of Education. See 1619-20 

Armstrong Oscar : Sign. Order, Passed 1037 

Arnash, M. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. Or- 
der, Passed 2035 

Arndt, Louise : Claim. To Finance 1993 

Arnold Brothers: Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Arnold, George B. : Resignation as a member of the Board 

of Education. Noted 523 

Arnold (T. G.) & Co. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 1481 

Sign. Order, Passed 1742 

Arnold, W. J.: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1632 

Aron, George : Claim. Filed 1797 

Aronson, David A.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1044 

Aronson, Jacob: Driveways. Order, Passed 1319 

Art Commission of Chicago: Appropriation (annual). 

See 2230 

Art, works of, by local talent : Appropriation for pur- 
chase. See 2231 

Artesian av. : 

Garage at No. 6219 S. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, to Bldgs 1591 

Passed 1755 

Paving, from Albion av. to Pratt av., etc. (system) (in- 
cluding sewer connections in North Shore av. and 

Albion av.) . Ordinance, Passed ." 273 

(Recommendation, estimate and ordinance 
published March 28, 1921, pp. 2047-53.) 
Paving, from W. 105th st. to W. 107th st., etc. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1741 

Resurfacing of the street, from W. 51st st. to W. 67th 

st. Order, Passed 1478 

Sewer, from Devon av. to 30 ft. north of Rosemont av. 

Ordinance, Passed 1877 

Sewer, from W. 107th st. to W. 105th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1883-4 



Artesian av. : 

Water service pipes, between W. 105th st. and W. 107th 

st, etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2045-6 

Water service pipes, between Waveland av. and Addison 

st. Ordinance, Passed 866-7 

Arthington st. : 

Fire hydrants, west of S. Central Park av. (n. side). 

(See under the heading "Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
Indicator valves at s.e. cor. of S. Central Park av. (See 

under the heading "Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
Pipe under and along the parkway (n. side), from 7 ft. 
east of S. Central Park av. to 220 ft. west of S. 
Central Park av., thence under and across the street. 
(See under the heading "Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
Arthur av. : Water supply pipe, from 74 ft. west of N. 

Robey st. to 116 ft. westward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Asher, Lewis : Claim. Filed 1115 

Ashes. (See the heading "Garbage and waste".) 
Ashland av. : 

Lease of space in the street, at W. 15th pi. (See under 

the heading "Goss Printing Press Co., The.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Vincennes av. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from W. 103rd 
st. to Monterey av." under the heading "Vincennes 
av.") 
Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 

"Subways, railroad".) 
Switch track (elevated) across the street, at W. 16th st. 
(See under "Maremont Mfg. Co." under the heading 
"Switch tracks".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at s.e. cor. of Balmoral av. 

(See under the heading "Bink, Michael".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 2822 N. (See under 

the heading "Carpenter, Geo. A.") 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 3144 N. : permission 

for installation. Order, Passed 1310 

"Through traffic street", from Irving Park boul. to north- 
ern terminus. Ordinance, Passed 994-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1180 

Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
Water meter at Nos. 200-06 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1017 

Passed 1659-60 

Water meter at No. 1824 S. : removal. Orders (re- 
ferred April 12, 1922, p. 2441) , Filed 624 

To Finance i 1533 

Passed 1659-60 

Water meter at No. 3859 N. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1877 

Widening and extension of the street from Pratt boul. to 
W. 95th st. (including the widening of parts of 
Charles st. and N. Clark st.) : 

Appropriations for engineering and other serv- 
ices. See 2302-3, 2309-11 

Assessment rolls: direction for action for an ex- 
tension of time for confirmation. Order, 

to S. & A 1017 

Passed 1259 

Assessment rolls and petitions filed in the Coun- 
ty Court : direction for withdrawal. Or- 
der to S. & A 1017 

Filed 1300 

To 8. & A 1415 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 
Condemnation and other proceedings for opening 
and widening N. Ashland av., from Pratt 
boul. to Devon av. Recom. and Ordinance, 

Pub. and to S. & A 949-51 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 1299 

Second Recom. and Ordinance, Pub. 

and Ordinance, Passed 1778-80 

Condemnation and other proceedings for widen- 
ing S. Ashland am., from W. Slst st. to W. 
1,1th st. Recom. and Ordinance, Pub. and 

to S. d A 300-3 

Filed 994 

(Journal corrected, p. 521.) 
[This ordinance repeals the ordinance 
passed Nov. 24, 1920, p. 1128.] 



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Ashland av. : 

Widening and extension of the street from Pratt boul. to 
W. 95th st. (including the widening of parts of 
Charles st. and N. Clark st.) : 

Condemnation and other proceedings for widen- 
ing 8. Ashland av., from W. 69th st. to W. 
95th st. Kecom. and Ordinance, Pub. and 

to 8. & A 295-300 

Ordinance, Passed 912-13 

(Journal corrected, p. 521.) 

[This ordinance repeals the ordinance 
passed June 23, 1920, p. 552.] 

Cost of the improvement : direction for an inves- 
tigation as to the amount of money spent. 

Order, Passed 1020 

Subject matter, to Finance 1119-20 

Curb, sidewalks and retaining walls in £. Ash- 
land av., from W. 1,7th st to W. 51st st. (both 
sides). Ordinance, Passed 1316 

Curb, sidewalks and retaining walls in 8. Ash- 
land av., from W. 51st st. to W. Garfield 
boul. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed. 1316 

Curb, sidewalks and retaining walls in S. Ash- 
land av., from W. Garfield boul. to W. 59th 
st. (both sides). Ordinance Passed ....1317 

Curb, sidewalks and retaining walls in S. Ash- 
land av., from W. 59th st. to W. 63rd st. 
(both sides). Ordinance, Passed 1317 

Curb, sidewalk and retaining walls in S. Ash- 
land av., from W. 63rd st. to W. 69th st., etc. 
(e. side). Ordinance, Passed 1316 

Curb, sidewalk and retaining walls in S. Ash- 
land av., from W. 63rd st. to W. Marquette 
road (w. side). Ordinance, Passed ....1479 

Experts, special counsel, etc. : authority for em- 
ployment, payment of bills, etc. (See the 
various notations under "Employes" under 
the heading "Local Improvements, Board 
of.) 

Improvement of 8. Ashland av., from W. 1,7th 
st. to W. 59th st. Eecom., Est. and Ordi- 
nance, Pub. and to 8. & A 1270-1 

Ordinance, Passed 1613 

(Journal corrected, p. 1345). 

Improvement of S. Ashland av., from W. 59th st. 
to W. 69th st. Recom., Est. and Ordi- 
nance, Recommitted to B. L. 1 1270 

Opening and widening of N. Ashland av., between 
Pratt boul. and Devon av. Ordinance, 

Deferred 1541 

Recommitted to B. L. I 1617 

Opening and extending of 8. Ashland av., from 
W. 95th st. to Beverly av. Ordinance, 
Passed 662 

Paving of S. Ashland av., from W. 59th st. to 
W. 69th st. Recom., Est. and Ordinance, 

Pub. and to 8. & A 1506-12 

Ordinance, Passed 1892 

Paving of 8. Ashland av., from 125.1, ft. north 
of W. 75th St. to W. 87th St. (including 
sewer connection in the intersection of S. 
Ashland av. and W. 82nd St.). Recom., 
Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 8. & A... 1932-9 
(Journal corrected, pp. 2063-4.) 
Ordinance, Passed 2214 

Paving of 8. Ashland av., from W. 87th st. to 
W. 95th st. (including sewer connections in 
the street at W. 90th st, W. 91st St., W. 
92nd st, W. 93rd St., W. 93rd pi. and W. 
94th st.). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, 

Pub. aud to 8. & A 1642-9 

(Journal- corrected, p. 1711.) 
Ordinance, Passed 1892-3 

Paving of N. Clark St., from Devon av. to Ridge 
av. Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. 

and to 8. & A 183-90 

Ordinance, Passed 913 

(Journal corrected, p. 285.) 



Ashland av. : 

Widening and extension of the street from Pratt boul. to 
W. 95th st. (including the widening of parts of 
Charles st. and N. Clark st.) : 

Paving of N. Clark St., from Ridge av. to Edge- 
water av. (including sewer connections in 
Edgewater av. and Cemetery Company's 
Private road). Recom., Est. and Ordi- 
nance, Pub. and to 8. & A 190-8 

Ordinance, Passed 913 

(Journal corrected, p. 285.) 
Sewer connections in S. Ashland av. at W. 90th 
St., W. 91st St.. W. 92nd st., W. 93rd st., W. 
93rd pi. and W. 94th st. (See the notations 
under "Paving, from W. 87th st. to W. 95th 
st.", above.) 
Sidewalks in N. Ashland av., from Edgewater av. 
to Winnemac av. (both sides). Ordi- 
nance, Passed 867 

Sidewalks in S. Ashland av., from W. 69th st. to 
i02.Z ft. south of W. 7l,th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 2046 

Sidewalk in 8. Ashland av. from 125 ft. north of 
W. 75th st. to W. 76th St., etc. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2046 

Sidewalks in S. Ashland av., from W. 79th st. to 
W. 87th st. (both sides). Ordinance, 

Passed 2046 

Sidewalks in S. Ashland av., from W. 87th st. to 
alley first south of W. 88th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 2046 

Sidewalks in S. Ashland av., from 1,00 ft. north of 
W. 90th st. to W. 95th st. (both sides). Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2046 

Sidewalk in 8. Ashland av., from W. 95th st. to 

Beverly av. (e. side). Ordinance, Passed.2047 
Water service pipes, in 8. Ashland av., between 
W. Marquette road and W. 68th st. (e. 

' side) . Ordinance, Passed 1695-6 

Water supply pipe (new) in N. Clark St., from 
Devon av. to Ridge av. (including connec- 
tions with existing water service pipes). 

Order, Passed 716 

Water supply pipes in N. Clark st. and N. Ash- 
land av., between Ridge av. and Winnemac 
av. : direction, for laying where needed. 

Order, Passed 708 

Widening and extension of N. Ashland am., from 
Pratt boul. to Howard av. Come, from 
the "Chicago Plan" Commission (recom- 
mending the change in the Ashland av. 

improvement), Pub. and to 8. £ A 286-7 

Filed 640 

Widening and extension of S. Ashland av., from 
W. Pershing road to W. Uth st. Come. 
from the "Chicago Plan" Commission (rec- 
ommending certain changes in the improve- 
ment), Pub. and to 8. & A 286-7 

Filed 640 

Ashland Avenue Street-Improvement Bond Fund. (For data, 
if any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 
Ashland boul. : Boulevard matters. (See under "West 
Chicago Park Commissioners" under the heading "Parks" 
and boulevards".) 
Ashland Boulevard Hospital : Remodeling of building. 

Order, to Bldgs 651 

Passed 1252 

Ashland Boul. Property Owners' Protective Club : Request for 
support in a campaign to maintain Ashland boul. in the 

West Park boulevard system. Come, to S. & A 1180 

Filed 1299 

Ashland State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Ashmead, John : Payment of living expenses. Order, 

Passed 1372-3 

Asphalt Plant Capital Account. (Bureau of Streets). (For 

data, if any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading 

"Finance".) 
Asphalt plants, municipal. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "Streets, Bureau of".) 



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23 



Assessment rolls. (For reports of rolls filed in court, see un- 
der the heading "Local Improvements, Board of". For 
general data, if any, see under the beading "Special as- 
sessments, special taxation, etc.") 

Assessors, Board of. (See under the heading "Cook County".) 

Athletic Commission, City. (See under the heading "Amuse- 
ments".) 

Athletic Commission, State. (See under the heading "State 
legislation".) 

Athletics. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Amuse- 
ments".) 

Atkins,- Christiana : Vacation of part of an alley in Kay's 
Addn. to Chicago. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 

Atkins & Freund : Bridge (covered passageway) and vault. 
Ordinance, (for repeal of an ordinance passed June 3, 
1918), Passed 1776 

Atkins, James E. : Claim. To Finance 2091 

Atkoczunas, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Atlas Baking Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1132 

Atlas Brewing Co. : Extension of contract for pumping 
water from the Blue Island Av. Tunnel. Ordinance, 

to Finance 238 

Passed 708 

Atlas Exchange National Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Atwell Building Corp.: Driveway. Order, Passed ....1464 

Atwood-Stewart Vacuum Machine Co. : Sale of vacuum 

cleaning machines to the City. Order, Passed 1750 

Aubert av. : Street lights. (See under the heading 

"Street lights".) 

Aufmann, W. S. : Claim. To Finance 1140 

August, Aaron : Vacation of part of Herndon st. (See 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Augusta st. : Closing of the street to traffic, between Noble 

st. and Holt st. Order, Passed 246 

Augustana Central Home: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 

Augustana Home for Aged: Tag day. (See under the 
heading "Tag days".) 

Augustana Hospital, The: Driveways. Order, Passed. .1139 

Augustana Nursery: Tag day. (See under the heading 
"Tag days".) 

Auler, P. O. : Dormer windows. Order, Passed 1994 

Aurora, Elgin & Chicago Railroad Co., The. (See under the 
heading "Railroads".) 

Austin av. (N. and S.) : 

Boulevarding of the street. (See under the heading 

"Parks and boulevards".) 
Drains, between Wrightwood av. and Diversey av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 2101 

Opening and widening of the street, from Cortland st. 

to Dickens av. Order, to B. L. 1 1999 

Opening of the street, from W. Grand av. to the C, M. 
& St. P. R. R. : direction for the institution of con- 
demnation proceedings. Order, to B. L. 1 1549 

Paving, from W. North av. to Belmont av. Order, to 

S. & A 1886 

To B. L. 1 1986 

Paving, from Wrightwood av. to Diversey av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1886 

Sewer connection at No. 4032 N. : permission for mak- 
ing. Order, Passed 2196 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Long av. to 
N. Narragansett av." under the heading "Addison 

St.") 

Sewers, from Belmont av. to Newport av., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 495 

Switch tracks along and across the street, south of 

Dickens av. (See under "Yellow Motor Coach Co." 

under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Water service pipes, between Wrightwood av. and Di- 
versey av. Ordinance, Passed 1999 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 55th St., etc. 

Ordinance, Passed 125 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 53rd st. 

Order, Passed 496-7 

Water supply pipe, from Bloomingdale av. to 12 ft. 

northward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Diversey av. to Wellington 

av. Order, Passed 878 

Water supply pipe, from Fullerton av. to Altgeld st. 

Order, Passed 64-5 



Austin av. (N. and S.) : 

Water supply pipe, from Leland av. to Slocum st. 

Order, Passed (54,5 

Austin Business Men's Assn. : 

Festoons of electric lights. Order, Passed 134 

Request for increased street-lighting facilities for "Aus- 
tin". Come, to G., 0. & E. L 681-2 

Street dance. Order, Passed 663 

Austin, Catherine M. : Claim. To Finance 1588 

Austin Machinery Corp. : Sale of an excavating machine 

to the City. Order, Passed 1789 

Austin Manufacturing Co. : Sale of crusher and elevator 

to the City. Order, Passed 1323 

Austin National Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See un- 
der the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Austin Tire & Rubber Co. : Gasoline tank and pump. 

Order, to (?., O. & E. L 1701 

Filed 1864 

Austria : Endorsement of pending Congressional legislation 
for the relief of famine in the country. Resolution, 
Adopted 1875 

Auto Painting & Repair Co.: Sign (roof). Order, to 

Bldgs 1810 

Filed 2087 

Auto Truck Garage Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed. . .1138 

Automatic Electric Co. : Bridge (covered passageway), 
vault and tunnel. Ordinance (for repeal of an ordi- 
nance passed Jan. 7, 1921), Passed 946 

"Automatic" increases in salaries. (For data, if any, see un- 
der "Salaries and wages" under the heading "City em- 
ployes".) 

Automobile accessories, tires, supplies, parts, etc., dealers in 
(See "Dealers" under the heading "Vehicles (motor- 
driven)".) 

Automobile repair shops. (See "Repair shops" under the 
heading "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 

Automobile salesrooms. (See "Salesrooms" under the heading 
"Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 

Automobiles. (See the heading "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 

Avenue Baptist Church: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 

Avenue J: Vacation of the street. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 

Avenue M : Paving, from E. 95th st. to 298.5 ft. south of 

E. 104th st. Ordinance, Passed 1871 

Avenue N: Sewer (intercepting), from E. 95th st. to E. 

102nd st. (See "Intercepting sewer, etc." under the head- 
ing "Sanitary District of Chicago, The".) 

Avenue O : 

Sewer (intercepting), from E. 102nd st. to E. 112th st. 
(See "Intercepting sewer, etc." under the heading 
"Sanitary District of Chicago, The".) 
Switch track across the street, north of E. 132nd st. 
(See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." under the 
heading "Switch tracks".) 

Avers av. : 

Water meter at No. 2456 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1888 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to 455 ft. southward. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Aviation: 

Aeroplanes carrying passengers for hire : direction for 
the submission of regulations governing. Resolu- 
tion, to Aviation 577 

Filed 2189 

Hicks-Wadsworth Aviation Bill : endorsement of the Bill. 

Resolution, Adopted 1361 

Landing field : in the matter of the acquisition of a field 
in the City of Chicago. Order (referred Nov. 24, 
1920, p. 1087), Filed 2189 

Landing field at S. Cicero av. and W. 63rd st. : direction 
for an appropriation of $1000 for a hangar and im- 
provements. Resolution, to Aviation 1876 

Mail service : request for co-operation in the establish- 
ment of aerial mail service between Chicago and 
Washington, D. C, and intermediate cities. Come, 
from J. C. Wright (referred April 25, 1921, p. 20), 
Filed 2189 

Regulations governing the operation of aircraft over the 
City of Chicago (pending the enactment of Federal 
regulations). Order (referred Nov. 24, 1920, p. 
1087), Filed 2189 



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Avondale av. : 

Paving, from N. Harlem av. to 406 ft. southeasterly of 

Niagara av. (See "Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. 

Harlem av., etc." under the heading "Myrtle av.") 

Roadway width established, from N. Central av. to N. 

Austin av. Ordinance, Passed 1995-6 

Sidewalk, from N. Lavergne av. to Lawrence av. (s.w. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 1234 

Switch tracks, northwesterly of N. Kedzie av. (See 
under "Klein, John M. and Joseph A." under the 
heading "Switch tracks".) 
Water supply pipe, from Eddy st. to 216 ft. northwester- 
ly (s. side). Order, Passed C4-5 

Awards, Board of. (See under the heading "Police, Depart- 
ment of".) 

Axelson, John : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 2199 

Ayers, L. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Ayling, H. S. : Plan for the relief, of traffic congestion. 

Come, to Local Trams 1267 

Filed 1584 

B. 

B Friendly Ladies' Aid Society, The : Tag days. (See un- 
der the heading "Tag days".) 
Babbage (Felix) Estate : Appropriations for settlement of 
claims against the City for services rendered in connec- 
tion with the Michigan av. case. See 2306 

Order (authorizing payment of bills), Passed 2367 

Backer, J. M. : Alterations in building. Order, to Bldgs. 37 

Passed 269-70 

Bacon (R. S.) Veneer Co. : Bridge (covered passageway). 

Ordinance, to 8 .& A 247 

Passed '. 827-8 

Acceptance and bond. See 1179-80 

Badges or stars : Direction for submission of an ordinance 
prohibiting the giving away of badges or stars to others 
than members of City Departments and newspaper men. 

Order (referred March 15, 1922, p. 2279), Filed 1352-3 

Baer, Sol : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Bahr, John A.: Claim. Order, Passed .'. 1512-14 

Bailey, C. E. : Maintenance and occupancy of building. 

Order, Passed 2199 

Bailey, J. R. : Steel building. Order, Passed 2195 

Bailey, William D. : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Baker, Carnella : Settlement of claim against the City 

arising out of the race riots. Order, Passed 1624 

Bakeries : 

Bread. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Foods 

and food products".) 
Toilet-rooms and lavatories : requirement for installation 
and maintenance. Ordinance (referred March 22, 

1922, p. 2314), Filed 226-7 

Balaban and Katz : Sign. Order, Passed 641 

Balcerkiewicz, Dr. : Sign. Order, Passed 1035 

Baldridge, Charles W. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, 

to Bldgs 1731 

Passed 2150 

Baldwin, A. Stewart: Death. (See under the heading 
"Deaths".) 

Ball Bros.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1542 

Ball & Hedrick: Claim. To Finance 1003 

Ball, Homer, O. : Driveways. Order, Passed 33 

Ball, Walter : Claim (presented as claim of Walter Ball 

and Fred Irwin) . Order, Passed 751-2 

Ballard-Johnson Co., The: Claim. To Finance 1869 

Ballinger, W. H. : Addition to buildings. Order, to 

Bldgs 1478 

Passed 1610 

Balloons, dirigible. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Aviation".) 
Ballou st. : Sidewalk, from Dickens av. to McLean av. 

Ordinance, Passed 879 

Balmoral av. : 

Sidewalk, from Broadway to Magnolia av. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 865 

Tank and pump (gasoline) at s.e. cor. of N. Ashland 
av. (See under the heading "Bink, Michael".) 
Baltimore av. : Paving, from E. 83rd st. to Commer- 
cial av. (See "Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 87th st., 
etc." under the heading "Kingston av.") 
Baltimore & Ohio Chicago Terminal Railroad Co. (See under 
the heading "Railroads".) 



Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. (See under the heading "Rail- 
roads".) 

Bambula, John : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Banks and banking': 

(See also the notations under the names of individ- 
ual tanks.) 

Depositaries of the City's funds : 

Bids for 1923. Come. (City Compt.) and Bids, 

Pub. and to Finance 1496-8 

Ordinance (authorizing acceptance of 124 

bids), Passed .1576-8 

Amended 1653 

Depositaries of the City's funds : 

Bond for 1922 (Madison & Kedzie State Bank). 
Order (permitting the substitution of a new 

bond) , Passed 87 

Bond for 1923 (Cragin State Bank). Approved. .1654 
Bonds for 1923 (124 depositaries). Approved. .1578-9 
Banks, Martha : Settlement of claim against the City aris- 
ing out of the race riots. Order, Passed 1624 

Banners across streets and sidewalks. (See under the names 
of particular individuals, etc. For general data, if 
any, see under the heading "Signs".) 
Baptist Old Peoples Home : Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 
Baranski, John: Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. 1134 

Passed 1330 

Barbee, Robert E. : Driveway. (See under the heading 

"Colvin, Joseph N.") 
Barber Asphalt Co. : Sale of asphalt to the City. Order, 

Passed 1968 

Barber poles : (For poles at particular locations, see under 

the names of particular individuals, etc.) 
Barber shops : Definition ; licenses required ; license fees 
and license period fixed ; boot-black chairs and manicur- 
ist's tables considered as barber chairs ; provision for re- 
vocation of licenses ; sanitary requirements ; penalty. 

Ordinance, Passed 2103-4 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2346 

Barber Street Day Nursery : Street carnival. Order, 

Passed 1137 

Barisof , M. : Claim. Filed 1797 

Barlow, Edward W. : Claim. To Finance 573 

Barmasli, M. : Sign. Order, Passed 473-4 

Barnard & Miller : Payment of bills for printing. Order, 

Passed 1593-4 

Barney (J. J.) Lumber Co.: Brick building. Order, to 

Bldgs 249 

Passed 1889 

Baron, F. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs 1309 

Passed • 1483 

Barr, David: Driveways. Order, Passed 2093 

Barrell, James: Auto-shed. Order. Passed 167 

Barrett & Barrett : 

Bulkhead. Ordinance (for repeal of an ordinance pass- 
ed June 23, 1920) , Passed 1812 

Driveway. Order, Passed 39 

Barrett Co., The : 

Paving pitch: sale to the City. Order, Passed 556 

Fine tar product: sale to the City. Order, Passed. . .1172 
Barry av. : 

Repair of the roadway, from N. Crawford av. to N. Tripp 

av. Order, Passed 2100-1 

Sewer, from Broadway to 630 ft. west. (See "Sewer, 
from Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." under the 
heading "Clifton av.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from 330 ft. west of Leclaire av. to 

N. Long av. Ordinance, Passed 664 

Barski, Stanley : Claim. To Finance 1869 

Bartee, R. C. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1037 

Barth, John A.: Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Bartholomay, Clara: Canopy. Order, Passed 1815 

Bartlaga, John: Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Bartlett, L. S. : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Barton av. : Paving, from Kenilworth av. to 200 ft. north 
of Chase av. (See "Paving, from Ridge road to N. West- 
ern av., etc." under the heading "Chase av.") 

Bartoszewicz, John : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Bartsch, Oscar: Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Barwig (Byron) & Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Baseball. (For data, if any, see under "Athletics" under the 
heading "Amusements".) 



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25 



Baskin, Albert : Sign. Order, Passed 481 

Bass, Lillian : Settlement of claim against the City arising 

out of the race riots. Order, Passed 16124 

Basse, Arthur A. : Vacation of parts of an alley in C. E. 

Woolley's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of 

alleys".) 
Bassie, W. J. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1027 

Bastein, Arthur: Banner. Order, Passed 1357 

Bastian-Blessing Co. : Cancellation of warrant for collec- 
tion. Order, Passed 525 

Bates Valve Bag Co. : Vacation of an alley in L. A. Ost- 

rom's Resub. (See under the heading "Vacations of al- 
leys".) 
Bathhouses, public. (See under the heading "Health, Dept. 

of".) 
Bathing Beach- Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Bathing Beach and Playground Bond Fund. (For data, if any, 

see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 

"Finance".) 
Bathing Beach and Recreation Construction Bond Fund. (For 

data, if any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 

heading "Finance".) 
Bathing beaches : 

Municipal bathing beaches. (See "Bathing beaches, mu- 
nicipal" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and 
Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Oak st. beach. (See under "Lincoln Park Commissioners" 
under the heading "Parks and boulevards".) 

Water at the bathing beaches : direction for an investiga- 
tion of ways and means of purifying. Order, 
Passed 571 

Water at the bathing beaches : direction for a report 
showing results of tests made by the Health Dept. 

Order, Passed 2001 

Bathing pools: Municipal bathing pools. (See "Swimming 

pools, municipal" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds 

and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Batoski, Max: Claim. Filed '. 1797 

Batzaris, John: Claim. To Finance 1860 

Bauer (Alexander) estate: Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Baumann, Arthur F. : Temporary residence. Order (re- 
ferred March 29, 1922, p. 2372), Filed 31 

Baumbach, Gustave : Claim. Order, Passed .751-2 

Baumel, J. C. : Sign. Order, Passed 130 

Baumgart, Herman F. : Driveways. (See under the head- 

ing "Roeser, E. H.") 

Baumgart, Sam: Driveways. Order, Passed 1034 

Baumgarten, Carl : Tapping of water supply pipe. 

Order, Passed 1044 

Baumgarten, Charles : Tapping of water supply pipe. 

Order, Passed 134 

Bauwans st. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between Elk st. and Black- 
hawk st. Order, Passed 85S 

Loading platform and canopy at Elk st. (See under the 
heading "Wieboldt, William A.") 

Bay, Geo. E. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1129 

Baygood, H. : Claim. (See under the heading "Jutovsky, 

S.") 
Baynes, Edward : Commendation for bravery during 1921. 

See 462 3 

Beatty, E. Thomas: Canopy. Order, Passed 1546 

Beatty, Jane: Canopy. Order, Passed 1998 

Beaver Board Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Beck, J. H. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 250 

Becker, William : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order to Finance 123 

Filed , 1209-10 

Beckett Bros. Motor Truck Service : Sign. Order, 

Passed 577 

Beckman, O. A. : 

Sewer connection. Order, Passed 1027 

Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, Passed 1027-8 

Bedding. (See the items listed under the heading "Furniture 

and household goods.") 
Bedford Shirt Co. : 

Sign. Order, to Bldgs 230 

Floral canopies. Order, Passed 1465 

Beers. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Beverages".) 

Behan, Michael J.: Claim. To Finance. % . 1695 

Beilfus, Emil A.: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Beilfuss, Andrew W. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1035 



Belden av. : 

Canopy at Nos. 300-14. (See under the heading "Belden 

Hotel Co., The'T) 
Paving, from N. Knox av. to N. Cicero av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from Armitage av. to Fullerton av., etc." under 
the heading "Kilpatrick av.") 
Sewer, from N. Nordica av. to N. Neva av. (See "Sewer, 
from W. North av. to 240 ft. north of Medill av., 
etc." under the heading "Harlem av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in N. Knox av. and 
N. Keating av. (See the notations under "Paving, 
from Armitage av. to Fullerton av., etc." under the 
heading "Kilpatrick av.") 
Sidewalk, from N. Sawyer av. to Kimball av. (n. side). 

Ordinance. Passed 1240-1 

Belden Hotel Co. : 

Canopy. Order, Passed 1690 

Vault. Ordinance, to 8. & A lois 

Belden Mfg. Co. : Elevated switch track and loading plat- 
form. Ordinance, to 8. & A 504 

To Railroads 1986 

Belle Plaine av. : 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from N. Kedzie av. to Kim- 
ball av. Order, Passed 2362-3 

Sewer, from Dickinson av. to Milwaukee av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1878 

Bellie, Arthur : Driveways. Order, Passed 1036 

Belmont av. : 

Paving, from N. Central av. to N. Narragansett av. 

Ordinance, Passed 1384 

[Recommendation, estimate and ordinance pub- 
lished June 28, 1921, pp. 512-18.] 
Paving, from N. Narragansett av. to N. Harlem av. 

Ordinance, Passed 274 

[Recommendation, estimate and ordinance pub- 
lished April 12, 1922, pp. 2393-8 and Journal cor- 
rected, p. 1.] 
Sidewalk, from N. Oak Park av. to N. Sayre a v. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1241 

Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 1832. (See under the 

heading "Laske, Frank".) 
Traffic light (mushroom), at Broadway. Order, to 

Finance 1249-50 

Varnish factory, near N. Leavitt st. : prohibition against 

issuance of permit for erection. Order, Passed. .1474 
Water supply pipe, from N. Kilbourn av. to N. Kenneth 

av. (n. side). Order, Passed 1774-6 

Belmont Trust and Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Belof sky, J. : Claim. Order, Passed 1650 

Bembenowski, S. : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Bemke, August : Driveways. Order, Passed 250 

Bench monuments. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Streets".) 

Bender, Charles: Stairway area. Order, Passed 1361 

Benedict, Harry: Vacation of Lowe av. (See under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Benesch (Chas.), Sr. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1414 

Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. (See "Elks, Bene- 
volent and Protective Order of.") 
Benjamin Electric Mfg. Co.: Bridge (covered passageway). 

Ordinance, to £. & A 1992 

Bennett av. : 

Paving, from Anthony av. to E. 85th st. (See "Paving, 
from E. 83rd st. to E. 85th St., etc." under the head- 
ing "East End av.") 
Paying, from E. 75th st. to the B. & O, R. R. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 236 

Paving, from E. 71st st. to 100 ft. north. (See "Pav- 
ing, from Stony Island av. to Yates av., etc." under 
the heading "Seventy -first st.") 

Benninati, J. : Claim. To Finance 15S7 

Benson, G. : Claim. To Finance 1987 

Benson, Helen Campbell: Claim. To Finance 1693 

Benson, N. C. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Benson, Mrs. Rikka : Driveway. Order, Passed 45 

Benson st. : Lease of space in the street northwest of W. 
32nd pi. (See under the heading "Fitzpatrick Bros.") 

Bentley, W. A.: Driveways. Order, Passed 247 

Benzine. (See the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 
Berenice av. : 

Paving, from N. Laramie av. to N. Central a v. (See 
"Paving, from N. Laramie av. to N. Central av., 
etc." under the heading "Byron st.") 



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Berenice av. : 

Sewer, from N. Central av. to N. Linder av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed '. 1234 

Berg, A. G. : Claim (presented as claim of Tilda C. Berg). 

Ordinance, Passed 1632 

Berg, Tilda C. : Claim. (See under the heading "Berg, 
A. G.") 

Berger, Joseph A. : Claim. To Finance 572 

Bergeron, A. P. : Claim. To Finance 2357 

Bergh, Lester : Claim. To Finance 1987 

Bergman, Dorothy : Vacation of alleys in Board of Trade 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Berkeley Garage Co. : Revocation of permit for erection of 

garage. Order, Passed 1002 

Berkelman, Fred : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 270 

Berkshire Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : Claim. Order, 

Passed 1594 

Berlander, H. : Signs. Order, Passed 2093 

Berles, Otto: Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Bernstein, H. C. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 2199 

Berteau av. : 

Paving, from N. Central av. to N. Long av. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1996 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from N. Kedzie av. to Kim- 
ball av. Order, Passed 2362-3 

Sidewalk, from Milwaukee av. to Leclaire av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1143 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water service pipes, between N. Long av. and N. Cen- 
tral av. Ordinance, Passed 1878 

Bertollotti, Ubaldo : Claim. To Finance 1807 

Berwyn av. : 

Paving, from Sheridan road to 415 ft. east. Ordinance, 

Passed 865 

Roadway width established, from N. Marmora av. to N. 

Austin av. Ordinances, Passed 254, 1995-6 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Berwyn, City of : Consent of the City of Chicago to the 
making of Riverside Drive into a pleasure driveway. 

Order, Passed 484 

Besse, Fred: Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Bessemer av. : Vacation of the street. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 
Best (Jacob) Coal Co.: Switch track. (See under the 

heading "Switch tracks".) 
Bestle, Anna: Driveway. (See under the heading 

"Kretchmeyer, Wm.") 
Bethany Home: Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag 

days".) 
Bethany Presbyterian Church : 

Claim. To Finance 2357 

Free permits for addition to church building. Order, 

Passed 2094 

Bethesda Day Nursery: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 
Bethlehem Creche: Tag day. (See under the heading 

"Tag days".) 
Better st. : Vacation of the street. ( See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 
Beulah Home and Maternity Hospital: Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 
Beverages : 

Manufacturers or wholesalers : license fee for vehicles 

changed. Ordinance, Passed 23 

Report of newspaper publication. See 179 

Prohibition of the sale, etc., of intoxicating liquors : 
amendment and modification of existing laws for the 
purpose of permitting the manufacture, sale and dis- 
tribution of beers and light wines. Resolution (re- 
questing action by the Congress of the U. S.), to 

Judiciary 1987 

Prohibition of the sale, etc., of intoxicating liquors : pro- 
test against the establishment of a special court for 
trying cases involving violations of the prohibition 

laws. Resolution, Adopted 239-40 

Motion (inviting the Chief Justice of the Muni- 
cipal Court to appear in person to receive the pro- 
test) , Carried E40 

Retail beverage dealers : requirement for procurement of 
only one license by Class A or Class B dealers con- 
ducting coffee houses or ordinaries. Ordinance, 

Passed 79 

Report of newspaper publication. See 289 



Beverly av. : 

Sewer, from W. 92nd st. to W. 94th st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." under the head- 
ing "Aberdeen st.") 
Widening and extension of the street, from W. 87th st. 
to W. 95th st. (This is part of the project for the 
improvement of Robey st. For data, see the nota- 
tions under the heading "Robey St.") 
Beverly Improvement Assn. : Request for inclusion of the 
territory bounded by S. Ashland av., W. 95th St., W. 90th 
st. and the C, R. I. & P. R. R. within the fire-limit area. 

Come, to Bldgs 1698 

Filed .' 2087 

Ordinance, Passed 2044 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2158 

Beyer and Heintz : Driveway. Order, Passed 112 

Beyer, William H. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Bezroda, Marie: Claim. Order, Passed 561 

Bialogowicz, John : Garage. Order, to Bldgs 501 

Passed 669-70 

Bickerdike Park. (See under "Parks" under the heading 
"Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Bicycle races. (For data, if any, see "Athletics" under the 
heading "Amusements".) 

Bieniawski, John : Sign. Order, Passed 37 

Bierma, Beau: Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Bierzynski, Anton J.: Claim. Filed 1797 

Big Bay Lumber Co. : Claim. To Finance 1869 

Big Sisters: Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Bigi, O. : Sign. (See under the heading "Di Todaro, A.") 

Billboards. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Signs".) 
Billiard Commission: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2223 

Membership changed to exclude Mayor and Supt. of Po- 
lice ; examination fee graded ; language of section 
prohibiting screens and partitions changed. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 482-3 

Report of newspaper publication. See 681 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
~of funds".) 
Billiard rooms : Direction for withholding of enforcement, 
in certain cases, of Section 13 of the ordinance regulating. 

Order, Passed • 1308 

Billish, Joseph C. : Request for additional street lights in 
the territory bounded by S. Ashland av., S. Racine av., 
W. 79th st. and W. 77th st. Come, to G., O. & E. L. .1012 
Bills recommended to the State legislature by the City Coun- 
cil. (See the various notations under the heading "State 
legislation".) 
Bimsen, W. H. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1149 

Bink, Michael : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to G., 

O. £ E. L 1542 

Filed 1864 

Birds. (See under the heading "Animals".) 
Birk, Edward J. : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1229 

Vacation of Nursery st. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Birmingham, Patrick: Claim. Order, Passed 712-13 

Birmingham, W. A. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2099 

Birns, Louis : Driveways. Order, Passed 1033 

Bishop st. : 

Paving, from W. 85th st. to W. 87th st., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connections in W. 83rd St., W. 84th 
St., W. 86th st., Justine st. and Laflin St.). Re- 

com., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 8. & A.. 1827-36 
(Journal corrected, pp. 1899-1900.) 
Paving, from W. 87th st. to W. 89th st. (See "Paving, 
from Vincennes av. to S. Ashland av., etc." under the 
heading "Eighty-eighth st.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer at alley first south of 
W. 87th st. (See the notations under "Paving, 
from Vincennes av. to S. Ashland av., etc." under 
the heading "Eighty-eighth St.") 
Sewer, from W. 115th st. to W. 113th pi. (See "Sewer, 
from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., etc." under the 
heading "One hundred seventh st.") 
Sewer, from W. 77th st. to W. 76th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1548 

Sidewalks, from W. 89th st. to W. 91st st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 875 

Sidewalks, from W. 91st st. to W. 95th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1041 



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27 



Bishop st. : 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from W. 77th St. to W. 78th st. 

Order, Passed 1038-9 

Bither, Wm. A. : Revocation of appointment as attorney- 
in-fact for the City in connection with the initial regis- 
tration of title to a certain tract of land. Order, 

Passed 1535-6 

Bjorklund, Amanda: Claim. To Finance 1546 

Black & Gold Marble Co.: Switch track. (See under the 

heading "Switch tracks".) 
Black (J. P.) & Co.: Printing of water bills for the City. 

Order, Passed 1625 

Blackburn. Dr. : Sign. Order, Passed 132 

Blacksmiths' supplies : Sale at retail by hardware stores. 

(See the ordinance licensing and regulating, noted under 
the heading "Hardware stores".) 
Blackstone av. : 

Stenciling of the words "slow-down" on the pavement at 

the intersection of E. 59th st. Order, Passed. .. .2358 
Water supply pipe, from E. 83rd st. to E. 83rd pi. Or- 
der, Passed 1062-5 

Blackwell st. : Coal hoppers, coal conveyor, coal belt con- 
veyor and coal pit in the street, north of W. 20th st. 
(See under the heading "Fairbank (N. K.) Co., The".) 

Blahaus, Mary : Claim. Filed 623 

Blair, Henry A. : Expression of opinion in connection with 

the "Schwartz plan" of municipal operation and owner- 
ship of local transportation facilities. (See the report 
of the Com. on Local Transportation, noted on pp. 754- 
813.) 
Blake, Chas. G. : Addition to building. Order, Passed. 1238 
Blake (Chas. G.) Co.: Wooden stringers or timbers for 

traveling crane. Ordinance, Passed 1760-1 

Blakely Osgood Building: Sign. Order, Passed 1987 

Blanchard Laundry Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 109 

Blanchett, Henry: Driveways. Order, Passed ....1045 

Blasoff, Sam : Claim. Filed 1797 

Blasting. (See under the heading "Explosives".) 

Blatt, Dr. Arthur E. : Sign. Order, Passed 40 

Blaul, Charles H. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Blazoff, Sam: Claim. Order, Passed 622 

Bleck (W. F.) & Co.: 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Vacation of alleys in Robertson's Sub. (See under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Blessed Agnes Church : Street carnival. Order, Passed. 881 
Block, Ben F. : Invitation to attend the Pageant of Prog- 
' ress Exposition on "Morvich Day". Resolution, Adopt- 
ed 249 

Block, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Blondln, Joseph : Sign. Order, Passed 1049 

Bloomlngdale av. : 

Sewer, from N. Harlem av. to N. Nashville a v. (See 
"Sewer, from W. North av. to 240 ft. north of Me- 
dill av., etc." under the heading "Harlem av.") 
Sidewalk, from N. Melvlna av. to N. Narragansett av. 

(s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1047 

Bloomsburg Locomotive Works : Sale of locomotives to the 

City. Order, Passed 1156 

Bludan, Matt E. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Blue Bird Gardens: Canopy. Order, Passed 1025 

Blue Island av. : 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water meter at No. 1230 : removal. Order, to Finance 1734 

Water meter at No. 1252 : removal. Order (referred 

Feb. 17, 1922, p. 2029), Filed 624 

Water meter at Nos. 1915-17 : removal. Order, to , 

Finance 1686 

Blue Island Av. Tunnel. (See under "Water system" under 

the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Blue Ribbon Mayonnaise Co. : Alterations in shed. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 116 

Passed . . . . 510 

Blue Seal Gas and Supply Co. : Driveways. Order, 

Passed 1023 

Bnai Abraham Zion Congregation: Claim. To Finance . 1593 

B'Nai Zich : Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
B'Noth Zion Charity Society: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Boats. (See the heading "Vessels".) 

Bodell, Leo : Driveways. Order, Passed 645 

Bodinet Motor Sale Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 2363 



Boege, Henry: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1632 

Bogan, Joseph H. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Bohemian-American Hall: Cancellation of warrant for col- 
lection. Order, to Finance 1990 

Bohemian Catholic Society : Maintenance of hall. Order, 

Passed !236 

Bohemian Charitable Assn. : 

Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 

Use of a room in the Kedzie av. bathhouse. Order, 

Passed igo6 

Bohemian Old Peoples Home: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Bohemian Orphans' Home: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 
Boiler inspection, Department of. (See the heading "Steam 
Boilers and Steam Plants, Department for the Inspection 
of".) 
Boilers, steam. (For data, if any, see the notations under 
the beading "Heating plants, heating devices, etc.") 

Bojarek, Anton : Claim. To Finance 1803 

Bolas Condensed Milk Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed.. 1015 

Boledan, John: Sign. Order, Passed 1045 

Bolinder, Carl : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 495 

Passed 887 

Bomb throwing. (See under the heading "Crimes and crim- 
inals".) 
Bond funds. (See "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 

heading "Finance".) 
Bonded indebtedness of the City. (For general data, see under 
the heading "Finance". For other data, see under the 
heading "Bonds and bond issues".) 

Bonds and bond Issues: 

Appropriations from bond-issue proceeds and appropria- 
tions from the tax fund for the creation of sinking 
funds (for the payment of bonds and interest on 
bonded indebtedness). (See the various items noted 
under the heading "Appropriations".) 

Bank bonds (City depositaries). (See under "Deposit- 
aries of the City's funds" under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Bridge and viaduct construction bonds ($3,400,000) : au- 
thority for issuance and provision for submission to 
a referendum vote. Subst. Ordinance, Passed. . .138-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See 289 

(For the result of the referendum vote, see p. 
600.) 

Ordinance (authorizing a reduction in the in- 
terest rate on the bonds), Passed 730-1 

Cullerton, John F. : approval of official bond as Fire Com- 
missioner. See 1346 

Depositaries of the City's funds. (See under the heading 
"Banks and banking".) 

Finucane, William S. : approval of official bond as a mem- 
ber of the Board of Local Improvements. See. . . . 599 

Gasoline tanks at curb lines : indemnifying bonds required. 
(See the notations under "Tanks, etc." under the 
heading "Inflammable liquids".) 

Grantees under ordinances: bonds filed. (See the nota- 
tions under the names of the respective grantees.) 

Interest on bonds. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing ''Finance".) 

Kirk (James S.) & Co.: release of bond (under ordinance 
of July 30, 1913, in connection with the straighten- 
ing of west dock line of the Chicago River). Or- 
dinance, Passed „ 2112-13 

Lapping, Harry : approval of official bond as Supt. of the 

Maxwell St. Market. See 2008 

Proceeds of bond issues. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous", under the heading "Finance".) 

Public-improvement bonds : direction for submission of a 
Bill providing for the issuance of long-term bonds 
for the payment of public improvements. Resolu- 
tion, to Finance 1867 

Seyferlich, Arthur R. : approval of official bond as Fire 

Marshal. See 1058 

Sinking funds for the payment of bonds and interest there- 
on. (For general data, if any, see under "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 

Special assessment bonds. (For data, if any, see under 
the heading "Special assessments, special taxation, 
etc.") 



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Bonds and bond issues: 

Street-lighting system bonds ($2,000,000) : authority for 
issuance and provision for submission to a referen- 
dum vote. Subst. Ordinance, Passed 139-40 

Report of newspaper publication. See 289 

(For the result of the referendum vote, see p. 
600.) 

Ordinance (authorizing a reduction in the in- 
terest rate on the bonds) , Passed 730-1 

Tax levies for sinking funds and interest on bonds. (See 
under the heading "Taxation and taxes".) 

Bondy, A. : Sign. Order, Passed. 995 

Bonk, Joseph: Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Bonuses to ex-service men. (See under "Soldiers, sailors, 

etc." under the heading "U. S. Government".) 
Booker, John W. : Maintenance of shed and addition to 

building. Order, Passed 1872 

Boschulte, Albert : Commendation for bravery during 1921. 

See 462-3 

Boschulte, Albert C. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Bosley Bros.: Driveways. Order, Passed 2197 

Bosley Playground. (See under "Playgrounds" under the 
heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, 
Bureau of".) 
Boston Store : Allowance of discounts on certain bills for 

water rates collected by the store. Order, Passed. .. .1079 

Bostrom, H. : Claim. Filed 1797 

Bosworth av. : Ashes and refuse : direction for discon- 
tinuance of dumping between Diversey parkway and 

Wrightwood av. Order, Passed 1541 

Bottles (milk and cream). (See under the heading "Foods and 

food products".) 
Boulevard Bridge Bank of Chicago : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
"Boulevard connecting link." (See "Michigan av. Boulevard 
connecting link" under the heading "Parks and boule- 
vards".) 

Boulevard State Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Boulevards. (See the heading "Parks and boulevards".) 
Boulton, J. B. : Erection of building. Order, Passed. . .1304 

Bourne, Mr. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1034 

Bourne (J. J.) & Son: Sign. Order, Passed 1140-1 

Boverman, Ernst : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 655 

Passed 820-1 

Bowler, James B. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Bowling contests. (For data, if any, see "Athletics" under 

the heading "Amusements".) 
Bowma, Marie : Maintenance of garage. Order, to 

Bldgs , 233 

Passed 887-8 

Bowman Dairy Co. : 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 243, 1127 

Scales. Orders, Passed 244, 653 

Vacation of part of an alley in Miller and Ridgdon's 
Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Bowman, Robert A.: Driveway. Order, Passed 250 

Bowmanville National Bank, The : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Box yards. (See the heading "Lumber and lumber yards".) 
Boxing. (For data, if any, see under "Athletics" under the 

heading "Amusements".) 
Boxwell, C. W. : 

Driveways. • Order, Passed 1228 

Filling station. Order, Passed 1018 

Boyce Field. (See under "Athletic fields" under the heading 

"Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Boyce, Helen I. : Claim. Filed 1209-10 

Boyd, Wilfred : Driveway. Order, Passed 846 

Boyd, William : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1129 

Boyd, Wm. P.: Claim. Filed 624-5 

Boye Needle Co. : Relocation of curb, etc. Order, Passed 1311 
Boyer, J.: Remodeling of building. Order, to Bldgs... 122 

Passed 510 

Boyle Ice Co.: Wires. Ordinance, Passed 1919 

Boyles, Charles D. and Edith M. : Boundary-line agreement 

with the City of Chicago affecting lands on the shore 

of Lake Calumet. Amendatory Ordinance, Passed 479 

Report of newspaper publication. See 681 



Boys. (For data, if any, see the heading "Minors".) 
Boys' Brotherhood Republic : Designation of the week of 
June 23rd to June 30th, 1922, as "Vacation employment 

week". Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and Filed 599 

Bozuszkiewicz, Roman : Claim. To Finance : . 1881 

Brabandt, O. C. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1482 

Passed 1610 

Brabec, Mrs. ■ : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 16:29 

Passed 1755 

Brabenec, L. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1695 

Bradley, C. J.: Sign. Order, Passed 1145 

Bradley, John J.: Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 
Bradner Smith & Co. : Driveways. Orders, Passed 

1308, 1471 

Brady, Arthur J.: Honorable mention for 1921. See.. 464-5 
Brady, John : Steps in sidewalk space. Order, to £. 

& A.. 1409 

Passed .- 1560 

Brady, P. J.: Garage. Order, Passed 2146 

Bragno and Mustari : Claim. To Finance 2036 

Branch st. : Paving, from W. Division st. to Cherry av. 

Ordinance, Passed 1874-5 

Brand, Armin W. : Bay window : acceptance and bond 

(under an ordinance passed March 8, 1922). See.... 64 

Brand, Horace L. : Vault. Ordinance, to 8. & A 105 

Passed 828-9 

Brandenburg, Marie: Sign. Order, Passed 1004 

Brandt (Charles H.) & Co. : Permission to lay drains in 

La Salle st. on payment of one fee, etc. Order, Passed 2191 

Brandt, William: Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Branman, M. : Signs. Order, Passed 2145 

Bransfield, Lawrence : Compensation for extra services. 

See 1152, 2245 

Braskes, Mike : Claim. To Finance 107 

Braucher, E. A. : Addition to auto-shed. Order, Passed 1149 

Braurr, Al : Garage. Order, to Bldgs 268 

Passed 670 

Braun, Conrad : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 499 

Passed 888 

Braun, P. H. : Completion of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 585 

Passed 888 

Bredemeier (E. W.) & Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 489 

Bremm, J. : Sign. Order, Passed 1872 

Breneisen (J. V.) Co.: Shed. Order, Passed 1232 

Brennan, William H. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Bresnahan, Timothy C. : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Brevoort Hotel: Signs. Order, to Bldgs 844 

Second Order, Passed 1728 

Briar pi.: Sewer, from Broadway to Abbott ct. (See 
"Sewer, from Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." under the 
heading "Clifton av.") 
Bricks, bricklayers, brick-making, etc. (For data, if any, 

see under the heading "Masons and masonry".) 
Bridewell. (See the heading "House of Correction".) 
Bridge Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special funds, 

miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Bridge Construction Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Bridge and viaduct construction bonds. (See under the head- 
ing "Bonds and bond issues".) 
Bridges across the Chicago River, etc. (See under the head- 
ing "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
i Bridges (passageways) across streets and alleys. (See under 
the respective streets and alleys, and under the names of 
particular individuals, etc. For miscellaneous data, if 
any, see under "Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, 
etc." under the heading "Streets".) 
Bridges and Viaducts, Division of. (See the heading "En- 
gineering, Bureau of".) 
Bridgetenders. (For data, if any, see under "Employes" under 
the heading "Rivers and Harbors, Bureau of".) 

Brjers, Mrs. Henry: Claim. To Finance 847 

Briggs Hotel Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed 1682 

Brilliant Dance Hall: Banner. Order, Passed 1990 

Brinkman, W. M. : Payment for services rendered the City 
as a real estate expert in street improvement matters. 
Order, Passed 48-9 



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Broadway : 

Sewer, from Clifton av. to Sheridan road ("Broadway 
sewer system"). (See "Sewer, from Lawrence av. 
to Broadway, etc." under the heading "Clifton av.") 
Sewer, from Roscoe st. to Oakdale av. ("Broadway 
sewer system"). (See "Sewer, from Lawrence av. 
to Broadway, etc." under the heading "Clifton av".) 
Traffic light (mushroom), at Belmont av. Order, to 

Finance 249-50 

Broadway Auto Painting & Trimming Co. : Claim. Or- 
der, Passed 06-7 

"Broadway sewer system". (See "Sewer, from Lawrence av. 
to Broadway, etc." under the heading "Clifton av".) 

Brodsky, Ben: ,Claira. To Finance 2036 

Brokers : ; 

Florists, wholesale commission. (See under the heading 

"Florists".) 
General brokers :. definition ; licenses required ; applica- 
tions ; license fees fixed ; employes engaged individ- 
ually as general brokers required to procure licenses ; 
establishments conducting more than one place of 
business required to procure licenses for each place; 
provision that real estate brokers may act as gen- 
eral brokers ; provision for payment of commission 
only to licensed brokers ; penalty. Ordinance, 

Passed 2367-9 

Insurance brokers : license fees fixed. Ordinance, 

Passed 2367-9 

Real estate brokers : definition ; licenses required ; appli- 
cations ; license fees fixed ; employes engaged individ- 
ually as real estate brokers required to procure li- 
censes ; establishments conducting more than one 
place of business required to procure licenses for each 
place ; provision that real estate brokers may act as 
general brokers ; provision for payment of commission 
only to licensed brokers ; penalty. Ordinance, 

Passed 2367-9 

Broline & Nolan : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, to Finance 1589 

Brom. Charles J.: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Bromberg, L. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1311-12 

Bromstedt, A. W. and E. W. : Gasoline tank and pump. 

Order, to <?., 0. & E. L 1469 

Filed 1864 

Brookfield, Village of : Payment -to the Village of Brook- 
field of certain special assessments against property owned 

by the City of Chicago. Ordinance, Passed 1243-4 

Brothers and Sisters Welfare Club : Street festival. 

Order, Passed 873 

Brotman, Isaac: Sign. Order, Passed 1236 

Brouse, Lillian : Vacation of E. 119th st, E. 120th st. and 
E. 121st st. (See under "One hundred nineteenth st." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Brown, A. T. : Maintenance and occupancy of building. 

Order, to Bldgs 1997 

Passed 2150 

Brown, Albert : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1360 

Passed 1483 

Brown, E. C. : Sign. Order, Passed 1127 

Brown, George H. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1039 

Brown Mfg. Co.: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1632 

Brown, Thomas B. : Remodeling of building. Order, 

Passed 1S68 ; 9 

Brown, William: Driveway. Order, Passed 1004 

Bruchele, George : Maintenance of office building. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 45 

Substitute Order, Passed £70 

Brunkhorst Construction Co. : Driveways. Order, 

Passed 1736 

Bruns, D. : Cancellation of warrants for collection. Or- 
der, Passed 1622-3 

Bryn Mawr av. : 

Paving, from N." Crawford av. to 140.84 ft. west of N. 

Kedvale av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed. .1996 
Sidewalk, from Milwaukee av. to N. Marmora av. (n. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 123 

Brystol Restaurant: Sign. Order, Passed 1015-16 

Bubbling drinking fountains. (See the heading "Drinking 

fountains".) 
"Bubbly Creek". (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Chicago River".) 

Buchan, Dr. E. J. : Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Buchbinder, Harry : Claim. Filed 624-5 



Bucher, Carl: Sign. Order, Passed.... 1140 

Buckholz, A. F. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1999 

Buckingham pi. : Sewer, from Broadway to N. Halsted 
st. (See "Sewer, from Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." 
under the heading "Clifton av.") 
Buena Memorial Church : Free permits for erection of 

church building. Order, Passed 1735 

Buena Memorial Presbyterian Church : Alterations in 

building. Order, Passed 2096 

Buffalo av. : Switch track across the street, at the inter- 

section of E. 131st st. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt 
Ry. Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Buffalo Scale Co. : Sale of auto-truck scale to the City. 

Order, Passed 1171-2 

Buick Motor Co.: Signs. Orders, Passed 1730, 1804 

Buick, R. T. : Maintenance of attic in building. Order, 

Passed 2097 

Buildings: 

Acetylene gas generators : specifications for construction 
of buildings housing generators prescribed. Ordinance 

(see pp. 149-50), Passed 141-66 

Apartment districts. (See under the heading "Zoning 

system".) 
Ashes : prohibition against storing inside of buildings in 
wooden receptacles or in close proximity to com- 
bustible material. Ordinance (see p. 164), Passed 

141-66 

Bakeries : requirement for the installation of toilet rooms 
and lavatories. Ordinance (referred March 22, 

1932, p. 2314) , Filed 226-7 

Billboards. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Signs".) 
Building lines established. (See "Zoning ordinance" 

under the heading "Zoning system".) 
Calcium carbide: storage in buildings. (See under the 

heading "Gas and gas appliances".) 
Certificates of occupancy for buildings hereafter erected 
or altered. (See "Zoning ordinance" under the head- 
ing "Zoning system".) 
Coal : regulations governing storage in buildings changed. 

Ordinance (see p. 165), Passed 141-66 

Commercial districts. (See under the heading "Zoning 

system".) 
Completion of existing buildings : regulations governing. 
(See "Zoning ordinance" under the heading "Zoning 
system".) 
Construction of buildings at lower cost, for the purpose 
of relieving the building shortage. (See the nota- 
tions under "Shortage of buildings", below.) 
Doors (revolving) : permission for installation in Classes 
Ha and lib buildings and prohibition against installa- 
tion in Classes He, III, IV, V, VIII and IX buildings ; 
provision for semi-annual inspections and inspection 
fees fixed ; exceptions ; certain structural features 

required. Ordinance, to Bldgs 1900 

Passed 2031-2 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2158 

Elevators: prohibition against carrying motion picture 
films in passenger elevators unless elevators are un- 
occupied. Ordinance (see pp. 152-3), Passed. .. .141-66 
Factories. (See the heading "Manufacturing establish- 
ments".) 
Fire axes, fire extinguishers, etc. : sundry changes in reg- 
ulations governing installation in buildings. Ordi- 
nance (see p. 145), Passed 141-66 

Fire-limit areas : 

Ashland av... W. 90th st., W. 95th st. and the C, R. 
I. & P. R. R. (territory bounded by) : inclusion 
of the territory within the fire-limit area. 
Come. (Beverly Improvement Assn.), Petition 

and Order, to Bldgs 169S 

Filed 2087 

Ordinance, Passed 2044 

Report of newspaper publication. See.. 2158 
Baltimore & Ohio R. R., Belt Line, and C. & W. I. R. 
R. (territory bounded by) : exclusion of the ter- 
ritory from the fire-limit area. Order, to 

Bldgs 112 

California av., W. 99th St., W. 115th st. and S. West- 
ern av. (territory bounded by) : exclusion of the 
territory from the fire-limit area. Ordinance, 

to Bldgs 159,2 

Passed • • .2378-9 



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Building's i 

Fire-Iimlt areas : 

Central av., W. Chicago av., W. Division st. and N. 
Laramie av. (territory bounded by) : inclusion 
of the territory within the fire-limit area. 

Order, Passed 1414 

Central Park av., W. 51st St., W. 65th st. and the' 
City limits (territory bounded by) : exclusion of 
the territory from the fire-limit area. Ordi- 
nance, to Bldgs 2364 

One hundred seventh st., C, R. I. & P. R. R., W. 
110th St., and the alley southeasterly of Vin- 
cennes av. to W. 119th st. (territory bounded 
by) : inclusion of the territory within the fire- 
limit area. Order, to Bldgs 1040 

Frontage consents. (See the heading "Frontage con- 
sents".) 
Garages. (See the heading "Garages".) 
Gasoline stoves : prohibition against use inside of com- 
pleted buildings. Ordinance (see, pp. 165-6), 

Passed 141-66 

Heating devices in buildings. (See the heading "Heat- 
ing plants, heating devices, etc.") 
Heating of tenement-houses, factories and workshops : reg- 
ulations prescribed. Ordinance, Passed 588-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942-3 

Height limitations : limitation to a height of 200 ft. from 

adjacent street grades. Ordinance, to Bldgs 496 

Filed 1402-3 

Height limitations : protest against any regulation per- 
mitting the erection of buildings exceeding 260 ft. in 
height. Come. (Garden Homes Improvement 

Assn.), to Zoning Gomn 1772 

Height limitations : protest against the passage of pro- 
posed legislation eliminating existing limitations. 
Come. (Woman's City Club of Chicago), to Bldgs. . .1824 
Heights of buildings regulated. (See under the heading 

"Zoning system".) 
Hospitals. (See the heading "Hospitals".) 
Industrial districts. (See under the heading "Zoning sys- 
tem".) 
Inflammable liquids in buildings. (See the notations under 

the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 
Intensity of use of lot areas. (See the various notations 

under the heading "Zoning system".) 
Lodging houses. (See the heading "Hotels, etc.") 
Manufacturing districts. (See under the heading "Zoning 

system".) 
Occupancy (certificates of) for buildings hereafter erected 
or altered: provision for issuance. (See "Zoning or- 
dinance" under the heading "Zoning system".) 
Permits (building) : direction for the withholding of per- 
mits for building construction in conflict with the 
"zoning ordinance" pending the taking effect of said 
ordinance. Order, Passrd. 2516 

Permits (building) : plats required to accompany applica- 
tions. (See "Zoning ordinance" under the heading 
"Zoning system".) 

Plumbing regulations. (For data, if any, see under the 
heading "Plumbers and plumbing".) 

Residence districts. (See under the heading "Zoning sys- 
tem".) 

Restoration of existing buildings : regulations governing. 
(See "Zoning ordinance" under the heading "Zoning 
system".) 

Restrictions (special) on the location and use of build- 
ings. (See the notations under the headings "Front- 
age consents" and "Zoning system".) 

Revolving doors. (See "Doors (revolving)", above.) 

Shortage of buildings : direction for an investigation of 
the housing situation with a view of extending state 
or municipal credit for financing the construction of 
moderately-priced homes. Resolution, to High 
Costs 132 

Signs on buildings. (For general data, if any, see the 
heading "Signs". For signs at particular locations, 
see under the names of the respective individuals, 
etc.) 

Sisal, jute or hemp : prohibition against storing in base- 
ments of certain buildings. Ordinance (see p. 
166), Passed 141-66 



Building's: 

Sizes of buildings. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 

Sprinkler systems (automatic) : requirement for installa- 
tion in certain buildings of Class VII. Com. Re- 
port, Deferred and Pub 2083-4 

Recommitted to Bldgs 2149-50 

Sprinkler systems (automatic) : sundry changes in reg- 
ulations. Ordinance (see pp. 142-3), Passed 141-66 

Standpipes : sundry changes in regulations. Ordinance 

(see pp. 143-4), Passed 141-66 

Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids in build- 
ings. (See under the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 

Tenement-houses : regulations for heating. Ordinance, 

Passed t 588-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942-3 

Theaters. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Amusements".) 

Value (estimated) of buildings since the creation of the 
Board of Assessors and the Board of Review : in the 
matter of the submission of a statement. (See "Val- 
uations, etc." under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 

Volumes of buildings. (See under the heading "Zoning 
system".) 

Workshops. (See the heading "Manufacturing establish- 
ments".) 

Zoning system. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 

Buildings, Department of: 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2240 

Employes : 

Building inspectors : increase in salary rates. Or- 
ders, Passed 79-80, 1152-3 

Building inspectors : provision for payment of 

"union" scale of wages. Order, to Finance. 2194 
Clerks (junior) : authority for employment. Or- 
ders, Passed 526, 1370 

Deputy Commissioner of Buildings : additional com- 
pensation for maintenance of personally-owned 

automobile. Order, Passed 162!) 

Elevator inspectors : provision for payment of 

"union" scale of wages. Order, to Finance . . 2194 
Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Buildings and Zoning, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2222 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Zoning Commission. (See the heading "Zoning Commis- 
sion".)' 
Bulkheads (loading platforms) in street or sidewalk space. 
(See under the respective streets and alleys, and under 
the names of particular individuals, etc. For miscel- 
laneous data, if any, see under "Occupation of streets, 
alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the heading "Streets".) 
Bulldog Auto Ins. Co. : Compromise settlement of warrant 

for collection. Order. Passed 1727 

Bunge Bros. Coal Co. : 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Vacation of Nursery st. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Bunker st. : Resurfacing of the street," from S. Desplaines 

st. to S. Halsted st. Order, Passed 862 

Burdick Enamel Sign Co. : Sale of auto-warning signs and 

street-name plates to the City. Order, Passed 1633 

Burgess, W. C. : Maintenance of porch. Order, Passed. 1537 

Burgess, W. E. : Driveway. Order, Passed 2091 

Burgett, George : Alterations in building. Order, Passed 

2145 

Burglar alarm bells, electric. (See under the heading "Elec- 
tric light and power".) 
Burglar alarm system, municipal. (See under the heading 
"Telephones and telegraphs".) 

Buritz, Ernest : Sign. Order, Passed 250 

Burke, Clarence F. : Claim. Order, Passed 80-1 

Burke and Lynn: Sign. Order, Passed 1122 

Burke, Thomas: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Burknap, Frank : Alterations in building. Order, Passed 

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Burley av. : 

Sidewalks, from E. 91st st. to E. 93rd st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1006 

Switch track across the street, north of E. 131st st. (See 
under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." under the head- 
ing "Switch tracks".) 

Burnet, Raymond D. : Claim. To Finance 2365 

Burns, James : Maintenance of building. Order, Passed.1304 

Burns, John J. : Claim. To Finance 1405 

Burns, Robert: Claims. Orders, Passed 712-13, 1512-14 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co. : Sale of an adding ma- 
chine to the City. Order, Passed 1514 

Burton-Dixie Corp.: Loading platforms (with steps). 

Ordinance, to 8. & A 1406-7 

Passed 1560-1 

Acceptance and bond. See 1824 

Bus lines operating as public utilities for the transportation 
of passengers and freight. (For data, if any, see the 
heading "Motorbus lines".) 
Busby, Leonard A. : Views with reference to a solution of 
Chicago's traction problem. (See the report of the Com. 
on Local Transportation, noted on pp. 754-813.) 

Bush (John), Jr. : Claim. To Finance 1007 

Business Agent. (See the heading "Supplies, Department of".) 
Bussian, Herman : Addition to building. Order, Passed 167 

Butler Brothers : 

Claim. To Finance 1472 

Pipe. Ordinance, to S. £ A 1472 

Passed 1613-14 

Acceptance and bond. See 1824 

Butler & Co. : 

Payment of claim against the City. See 2298 

Settlement of claims in connection with work done at 
sundry fire stations and a police station. Order, 

Passed 2148 

By-Products Coke Corp. : Water pipe. Ordinance, to S. 

& A 646 

Passed 829-30 

Acceptance and bond. See 941-2 

Byrne Bros. Construction Co. : Removal of excavated dirt 

from W. 125th st. Order, Passed 237 

Byrne, Peter P.: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Byrne, Thomas F. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Byrnes (W. J.) & Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 1070 

Byrnes, William P.: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Byron st. : 

Drains, between N. Laramie av. and N. Central av., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 1543 

Paving, from N. Laramie av. to N. Central av., etc. (sys- 
tem) (including sewer connections in N. Linder av. 
and N. Lockwood av.). Recom., Est. and Ordi- 
nance, Pub. and to S. & A 1432-39 

(Journal corrected, p. 1493.) 

Ordinance, Passed 1760 

Resurfacing of the street, from N. Racine av. to the C, 
M. & St. P. R. R. (Evanston Branch). Order, 

Passed 653 

Sewer, from N. Central av. to N. Linder av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed .' 1234-5 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water service pipes, between N. Laramie av. and N. Cen- 
tral av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1543 

c. 

Cab-and-hack stands. (For data, if any, see "Stands for pub- 
lic passenger vehicles" under the heading "Vehicles (mo- 
tor-driven)".) 

Cabarets. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Amuse- 
ments".) 

Cable Piano Co. : Shed. Order, to Bldgs 574 

Passed 1252 

Cadillac Motor Car Co. : Touring car : sale to the City, 
and exchange of an old Haynes automobile in part pay- 
ment. Order, Passed 665-6 

Cafeterias. (For data, if any, see the heading "Coffee 
houses or ordinaries".) 

Caffarello. Michael : Sign. Order, Passed 1016 

Cairncross, R. L. : Claim. To Finance 572 



Calabrese, Frank: Frame-and-stucco building. Order, 

to Bldgs , 1767 

Filed , 2187 

Calcium carbide. (See under the heading "Gas and gas ap- 
pliances".) 

Calhoun av. : Water meter at No. 10455 : removal. Or- 
der, to Finance 1627 

Passed 1973-4 

Calhoun & Jackson : Completion of building. Order, 

Passed 2193 

California av. : 

Bridge across the Sanitary District Canal. (See under 
"Bridges and viaducts" under the heading "Engineer- 
ing, Bureau of".) 

Closing of the street to traffic, between W. 21st st. and 

W. 24th st. Orders, Passed 115, 2358-9 

Drains, between W. 55th st. and W. 57th st., etc. (sys- 
tem) . Ordinance, Passed 125 

Drains, between Grace st. and Addison st. Order, Passed.2042 

Drains, between Irving Park boul. and Montrose av. 

(w. side) . Ordinance, Passed 1143 

Paving, from Addison st. to Irving Park boul. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1996 

Paving, from Irving Park boul. to Montrose av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1031 

Sidewalks, from W. Chicago av. to W. Grand av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Deferred 576 

Recommitted to B. L. I 2343 

Sidewalk, from W. Roosevelt road to W. 16th st. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1224 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 

Water meter at No. 1245 N. : removal. Order (re- 
ferred April 12, 1922, p. 2444), Filed 624 

Water service pipes, between W. 55th st. and W. 57th 

St., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 580 

Water service pipes, between Irving Park boul. and 

Montrose av. Ordinance, Passed 1312 

Water supply pipe, from Devon av. to 300 ft. south of 

Granville av. Order, Passed 1877 

Water supply pipe, from W. 55th st. to W. 54th st. 

Order, Passed 1545 

Water supply pipe, from W. 55th st. to W. 56th st. 

Order, Passed 1267-8 

Water supply pipe, from W. 55th st. to 301 ft. south 

of W. 53rd st. Order, Passed 1774-6 

California boul. : Construction and paving of a roadway 

in front of the Municipal Contagious Disease Hospital. 

Order, Passed 35-6 

California Ice & Coal Co., The : Frame building. Order, 

to Bldgs 481 

Passed 821 

Callahan, Edward A.: Claim. Order, Passed 1962 

Calumet Baking Powder Co. : Vacation of alleys in Butler 
Lowry's Crawford Avenue Addn. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 
Calumet and Chicago Canal and Dock Co., The : 

Boundary-line agreement with the City of Chicago affect- 
ing lands on the shore of Lake Calumet. Amen- 
datory Ordinance, Passed 478 

Report of newspaper publication. See 681 

Vacation of Bessemer av., E. 104th St., E. 105th st., E. 
106th st. and adjacent alleys, and provision for con- 
veyance to the City of certain land for the extension 
of E. 103rd st. (See under "Bessemer av." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Calumet Coal Co. : 

Appropriation for payment of unpaid bill against the 

City. See 2262 

Vacation of E. 96th st. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Calumet Lake. (For data, if any, see "Lake Calumet".) 
Calumet National Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Calumet Publishing Co. : Award of contract as official 
newspaper (Daily Calumet) of the City of Chicago for 

1923. Come, from the Compt. (noting bid), Pub 16>21 

Order, Passed 1621 



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Calumet Elver : 

Appropriations for the employment of engineers, experts, 
etc., in connection with the development of the Chi- 
cago District Harbor. (See the appropriations for 
the Committee on Harbors, Wharves and Bridges.) 
Bridges across the river. (See under "Bridges and 
viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau 
of.) 
Docks, wharves, etc. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "Docks, wharves, etc.") 
Ferry at E. 100th st. (See under the heading "Rivers and 
Harbors, Bureau of.) 
Calumet & South Chicago Railway Co. (For data, if any, 

see under the heading "Street railways".) 
Calumet Window Shade and Art Co. : Sign. Order, 

Passed 2358 

Calvary M. E. Church : Free permits for remodeling of 

church buildings. Order, Passed 1592 

Camp, Mrs. M. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Campbell av. : 

Paving, from Albion av. to Pratt a v. (See "Paving, 
from Albion av. to Pratt av., etc." under the heading 
"Artesian av.") 
Paving, from W. 56th st. to 300 ft. south. Ordinance, 

Passed 1606 

Paving, from W. 47th st. to W. 48th St., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 125 

Paving, from Pratt av. to Lunt av. (See "Paving, from 
N. California av. to N. Western av., etc." under the 
heading "Lunt av.") 
Resurfacing of the street, from W. 55th st. to W. 67th 

st. Order, to Finance . . .1738 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Farwell av. and 

Coyle av. (See the notations under "Paving, from 

N. California av. to N. Western av., etc." under the 

heading "Lunt av.") 

Sewer, from W. 107th st. to W. 105th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1884 

Campbell, C. : Driveway. Order, Passed 645 

Campbell, Harry H. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Campbell, John: Driveway. Order, Passed 1129 

Campbell, John A., David and Shantz : Vacation of an alley 
in Rountree's Addn. to Beverly Hills. (See under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Campbell, Lee H. : Claim. To Finance 233 

Campbell, Robert F. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1404 

Campion, Alphonsus P. : Advancement to rank of second- 
class patrolman for meritorious services. Come. (Supt. 

of Police) , Pub 180 

Order, Passed 180 

Camponi, Mathilda : Anto-shed. Order, Passed 167 

Canal Melting Co. : Collection and disposal of dead ani- 
mals for the City. Order, Passed 1163 

Canal st. : Railroad roundhouse at W. 14th st. : direction 

for action to cause removal. Order, Passed 577 

Canalport av. : Sidewalks, from "S. Canal st. to S. Hal- 
sted st. (both sides). Ordinance, Recommitted to B. 

L. I 862 

Cannon, John C. : Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 
Canopies : (For canopies at particular locations, see un- 

der the respective streets and alleys and under the names 
of particular individuals, etc.) 
Capital accounts. (See under the heading "Finance".) 

Capital Grocery : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Capital State Savings Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Capitol Theatre: Canopy. (See under the heading 
"Thomasson (Nelson), Jr.") 

Capps, Joseph A.: Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Caprio, Michael : Sign. Order, Passed 488 

Captains' Club of the Chicago Fire Dept. : Request for an 
increase in the salary rate of captains in the Fire Dept. 
Comes, (referred Jan. 18, 1922, pp. 1659 and 1718), Filed 753 

Cardelic, Philip: Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Care, John R. : Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Carelin, George A. : 

Apartment building. Order, to Bldgs 1542 

Sign. Order, Passed 1023 

Carkell, Daniel & Oridi : Filling station. Order, Passed.1144 

Carlin, James F. : Claim, Passed 1512-14 

Carlson, Charles: Driveway. Order, Passed 2095-6 

Carlson, Mella : Sign. Order, Passed 2036 



Carmen av. : 

Name for San Jose av. (See under the heading "Street 

nomenclature".) 
Paving, from N. Kildare av. to N. Keeler av., etc. (sys- 
tem). Ordinance, Passed 1543 

Roadway width established, from N. Austin av. to N. 

Menard av. Ordinance, Passed 254 

Roadway width established, from N. Parkside av. to N. 

Austin av. Ordinance, Passed 1995-6 

Sidewalk, from Drake av. to N. Central Park av. (n. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 255 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. California 

av. Order, Passed 292-3 

Water supply pipe, from Rockwell st. to 36 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Carmody, Walter : Consideration of claim. Order, 

Passed 1409 

Carmosino, Paul : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 494 

Carnival companies. (See under the heading "Amusements".) 
Carnivals in streets. (For general data, if any, see under 
the heading "Streets". For permits to particular as- 
sociations, etc., see under the names of such associa- 
tions.) 1 
Carpenter, Brannan & Reynolds : Demand and notice 
with reference to a judgment in the case of W. F. 
Cummings vs. City of Chicago. Come, Pub. and to 

Finance 1930 

Carpenter, Donald E. : 

Extension and tapping of water supply pipes. Orders, 

Passed 1028 

Tapping of sewer. Order, Passed 494 

Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, Passed 494 

Carpenter (F. D.) Coal Co.: Lease of space in alley. 

See 1291 

Carpenter, Geo. A. : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, 

to G., O. & E. L 1541 

Fi]ed 1864 

Carpenter (George B.) Co. : Canvas covers : sale to the 

City. Order, Passed 1327 

Carpenter st. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between W. Chicago av. 

and the C. & N. W. Ry. Order, Passed 576 

Paving, from W. 100th st. to W. 103rd st. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 99th st. to W. 103rd St., etc." under 
the heading "Racine av.") 
Resurfacing of the roadway, from W. 54th st. to W. 

55th st. Order, Passed ' 1169 

Sewer, from W. 115th st. to alley first south of W. 112th 
pi. (See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy 
av., etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh 

St.") 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in W. 105th st. (See 

the notations under "Paving, from W. 103rd st. to 

W. 107th st., etc." under the heading "Racine av.") 

Water supply pipe, from W. 81st st. to W. 83rd st. 

Order, Passed 682-3 

Water supply pipe, from W. 76th st. to 108 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Carr, Henry T. : Claim. Order, Passed 561 

Carr, Howard : Sign. Order, Passed 50-1 

Carr, Mary J. : Claim. To Finance 1315 

Carr, P. J. : Banners. Orders, Passed 

1004, 1012, 1016, 1019, 1025, 1033, 1034, 1039, 1045, 1049-50 
Carroll av. : 

Conduit under and across the street, east of N. Hoyne 

av. (See under the heading "Wolff Mfg. Co.") 

Loading platform, west of N. Dearborn st. (See under 

the heading "Central Cold Storage Co.") 
Switch track in and along the street, between Ann st. 
and N. May st. (See under "Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, 
Chicago & St. Louis Ry. Co." under the heading 
"Switch tracks".) 
Switch track in and along the street, between N. La Salle 
st. and N. Wells st. (See under "Whitehead, Grace 
Laflin" under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Switch track over and across the street, west of Orleans 
st. (See under "Tolman, Trustees of the Estate of 
Samuel A." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Carroll Ice Cream Co. : Removal of obstructions in La- 
fayette av. Order, Passed 874 

Carroll, William P. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Cartin, John F. : Claim. Order, Passed 1594 

Cartridges. (See the heading "Explosives".) 



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33 



Carts, public. (See "Public carts'' under the headings "Vehi- 
cles (motor-driven)" and "Vehicles (other than motor- 
driven)".) 
Cary a v. : Vacation of the street. (See under the heading 

"Vacations of streets".) 
Casazza Bros. : Driveway (permission to Aetna Surety 

Co., as agents). Order, Passed 110 

Cascade Laundry Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 261 

Caselli, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Casbman, William B. : Claim. Order, Passed 212-13 

Casinelli. James : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Cass st. : Steps in sidewalk space, at Nos. 531-39 ; per- 
mission for maintenance. Order, Passed 1228 

Castello av. : Paving, from N. Cicero av. to the C. &. N. 

W. R. K. (See "Paving, from Armitage av. to Fullerton 
av., etc." under the heading "Kilpatrick av.") 
Casterline, Paul : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in cer- 

tain property acquired through tax sales. (See under 
the heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 
Castle (A. M.) & Co. : Sale of iron and steel to the City. 

Orders, Passed 1793, 2375 

Catalous, Sam : Claim. Filed 1797 

Catenese, S. G. : Claim. To Finance 2036 

Cathedral Day Nursery: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 
Catholic Bishop of Chicago (a corporation sole) : 

Cancellation of warrant for collection. Order, Passed.2035-Q 
Conduit: acceptance and bond (under an ordinance 

passed March 8, 1922) . See 178 

Convent building. Order, Passed 1000 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1137 

Vacation of alleys in Edgewater Park, E. T. Hendee's 
Resub., Hetzel's Archer Avenue Addn., Henry W. 
Kern's Sub., Library Sub., Naslund's Addn. to Chica- 
go, O'Neil and Tibbies' Sub., Prescott's Sub! and 
Weasel's Resub. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 
Vacation of N. Latrobe av. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 
Catholic Social Center Nursery : Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Catholic Women's League Protectorate: Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 
Cats. (See under the heading "Animals".) 
Catteries. (See "Dog kennels and catteries" under the bead- 
ing "Animals".) 
Cattle. (See the heading "Animals".) 

Cavanagh, J. A. : Construction of roof on building. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1238-9 

Passed 1380 

Cave, Charles R. : Vacation of Essex av. and adjacent 

alleys. (See under "Essex av." under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 

Cayer, Cornelius : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Cemeteries. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Un- 
dertakers and care of the dead".) 
Cemetery Company's Private road : Sewer, connecting 

with the sewer in N. Clark st. (See the notations under 
"Widening, etc." under the beading "Ashland av.") 
Center st. : 

Factory and laundry buildings at s.e. and s.w. corners 
of Seminary av. : prohibition against issuance of per- 
mits for construction. Petition and Order, to 

Bldgs 2040 

Water meter at No. 552: removal. Order, to Finance. .2200 

Central Auto Service : 

Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Contract for livery service for the City for 1923. Or- 
der, Passed 1550-1 

Central av. : 

Drains, between Cullom av. and Belle Plaine av. : per- 
mission to lay, on payment of one fee, etc. Order, 

Passed 1811-12 

Paving, from W. Grand av. to Lawrence av. Recom., 

Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to S. <t A 951-61 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1051-2.) 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 1217 

Second Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Recommit- 
ted to B. L. 1 1716-17 

Third Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and 

to S. «* A 1901-12 

(Journal corrected, p. 1929.) 
Ordinance. Passed 21 54 



Central av. : 

Sidewalk, from Belmont av. to Diversey av. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 264 

Water service pipes, between Lawrence av. and Higgins 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1879 

Water service pipes, between W. North av. and Bloom- 

ingdale av. Ordinance, Passed 2047 

Water supply pipe, from W. 51st st. to W. 52nd st. 

Order, Passed 1695 

Central Baptist Children's Home: Tag day. (See under 

the heading "Tag days".) 
Central Cold Storage Co. : Loading platform. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 56-7 

Acceptance and bond. See 178 

Central Electric Co. : Sale of switchboard wire to the 

City. Order, Passed 1605 

Central Iron & Metal Co. : Switch track. (See under the 

heading "Switch tracks".) 
Central Lutheran Church : Church building. Order, 

Passed 1480 

Central Manufacturing Co. : 

Obstructions maintained in alley : direction for removal. 

Order, Passed 881 

Vacation of an alley in W. Waller's Sub. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Central Manufacturing District Bank : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Central Park av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between W. Roosevelt 

road and W. 13th st. Order, Passed 1151 

Closing of the street to traffic, between W. 27th st. and W. 

26th st. Order, Passed 881 

Drains, north of Addison st. (e. side) : permission to lay, 

on payment of one fee, etc. Order, Passed 123 

Fire hydrants, south of Arthington st. (e. side). (See 

under the heading "Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
Indicator valves, at s.e. cor. of Arthington st. (See under 

the heading "Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
Pipe under and across the street, at Arthington st. 

(See under the heading "Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
Pipe in and along the parkway (e. side), between Taylor 
st. and Arthington st. (See under the heading. 
"Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
"Through traffic street", from Franklin boul. to W. 
Grand av., and from W. North av. to Cornelia av. 

Ordinance, Passed 994-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1180 

Tunnel under and across the street, south of Arthington 
st. (See under the heading "Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Central Park Av. Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping 
stations" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Central Park boul. : Building at Nos. 5-21 : permission 

for maintenance and occupancy. Order, Passed ....2093-4 

Central Terminal Railway Co. (See under the heading "Rail- 
roads".) 
Central Trust Company of Illinois : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Century Tire & Vulcanizing Co. : Gasoline tank and pump. 

Order, to G., O. & E. L 1692 

Filed 1864 

Century Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Cepak, Joseph: Appointments. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Cermak, Anton J. : 

Appropriation for the services of an attorney to defend 
suits against said Cermak as former Bailiff of the 

Municipal Court of Chicago. See 2240 

Felicitations of the City Council. Resolution, Adopted.1426 
Presentation of a copy of The Chicago Municipal Code 

of 1922. Resolution, Adopted 1991 

Resignation as Alderman of the old 12th Ward. (See 
under the heading "Resignations".) 
Cernich, Alex : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order. 

Passed I 232 

Cerny, John: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1132 

Cerny, Victory H. : Payment of salary. Order, Passed. 218 
Cerone, Mary : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 101 ^ 

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1922-23 



Certificates of convenience and public necessity for the opera- 
tion of motorbus lines. (See under the heading "Mo- 
torbus lines".) 
Certificates of indebtedness of the City of Chicago. (For 

data, if any, see under the heading "Finance".) 
Cerveny, John : Maintenance of shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1470 

Passed 1610 

Chakos (Gus) & Papas: Sign. Order, Passed 1471-2 

Chambers, John J. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Champion, Harry : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 584 

Passed 888 

Champlain av. : Vacation of the street. (See under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Chan. Tom Y. : Claim. Order, Passed .1656 

Chancellor, Wm. R. : Sign. Order, Passed 1868 

Channon (H.) Co. : Sale of a steam pump to the City. 

Order, Passed 1971 

Chap, M. W. : Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Chapman, C. A. : Payment for services rendered the City 
as a building expert in street improvement matters. 

Order, Passed 48-9 

Chappel av. : 

Paving, from E. 92nd st. to E. 94th st. Ordinance 
(deferred January 25, 1922, p. 1751), Recommitted 

to B. L. 1 2343 

Paving, at the intersection of E. 71st st. (See "Paving, 
from Stony Island av. to Yates av.. etc." under the 
heading "Seventy -first St.") 
Charity Alliance: Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag 

days".) 
Charles st. : 

Paving, from W. 103rd st. to Vincennes av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 103rd st. to W. 104th st., etc." under 
the heading "Loomis st.") 
Sewer, from W. 94th st. to W. 95th st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Sewer, from 120 ft. south of W. 104th st. to 200 ft. ' • 
south of W. 104th st. (See the notations under 
"Paving, from W. 103rd st. to W. 104th St., etc." 
under the heading "Loomis St.") 
Widening of the street, from W. 95th st. to Vincennes 
av. (This is a part of the project for the improve- 
ment of Ashland av. For data, see the notations 
under "Ashland av.") 

Charpash, Abe: Claim. To Finance 2091 

Charter powers of the City of Chicago. (For specific data, 
if any, see under the heading "Chicago, City of". See 

also the various notations under the heading "State leg- 
islation".) 
Chase av. : 

Paving, from Ridge road to N. Western av., etc, (sys- 
tem) (including sewer connection in the street). 
Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to S. & A. . . .961-7 

Ordinance, Passed 1340 

Sewer, connecting with the sewers in Morton st., Pingree 
st., Ellwood st. and Barton av. (See the notations un- 
der "Paving, from Ridge road to N. Western av., 
etc." under the heading "Chase av.") 
Chase & Sanborn : 

Bridge (covered passageway) and barrel chute: new 
bond (under an ordinance passed June 9, 1914). 

See 941-2 

Pipes : new bond (under an ordinance passed March 23, 

1914). See 941-2 

Chasses, Charles: Driveways. Order, Passed 1223 

Chatain, Alfred: Claim. To Finance 1730 

Chauffeurs. (For data, if any, see the items listed under the 
heading "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 

Chaveriat, William: Driveway. Order, Passed 1139 

Check-stands : Direction for submission of an ordinance 
licensing and regulating stands in hotels, restaurants; 
etc. where a charge is made or a gratuity is accepted for 
the checking or keeping of wearing apparel, etc. Or- 
der, to Finance 267 

Checker Taxi Co.. Inc.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1468 

"Cheer Monday". (See under the heading "Kiwanis Clubs".) 
Chelsea pi. : Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Vincennes 
av. (See the notations under "Paving, from W. 103rd st. 
to Monterey av." under the heading "Vincennes av.") 
fhemprinsky, B. : Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 



Chemicals : Prohibition against sale in connection with 

shows, entertainments and amusements. Ordinance, 

Passed 574 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942 

Cherinan, John : Driveways. Order, Passed 169R 

Chiarappa, Anton : Completion of cottage. Order, to 

Bldgs 1227 

Passed 1380 

Chicago & Alton Railroad Co. (See under the heading "Rail- 
roads".) 
Chicago Association of Commerce, The : Banner. Or- 
der, Passed 473 

Chicago av. : 

Filling station at Nos. 5255-59 W. (See under the 

heading "Sorenson, Henry M.") 
Obstructions in front of No. 1556 W. : direction for re- 
moval. Order, Passed . . . , 274-5 

Paving, from N. Leamington av. to N. Laramie av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1916 

Sidewalks, from N. Ashland av. to N. Robey st. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 1225 

Sidewalks, from N. California av. to W. Grand av. 

(both sides). Ordinance, Passed 857 

Sidewalks, from N. Western av. to N. California av. 
(both sides). Ordinance (deferred April 12, 1922. 

p. 2443), Recommitted to B. L. 1 2343 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water meter at Nos. 1355-59 : removal. Order, to 

; Finance 214-1 

Water meter at Nos. 1700-8 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1227 

Passed 1659-60 

Water meter at Nos. 2647-9 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 487 

Filed 1115 

Water meter at No. 2657 W. : removal. Order, Passed 562 
Water meter at No. 3901 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1134 

Filed 1797 

Chicago Av. Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping stations" 

under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Chicago Avenue (West) Business Men's Assn. (See the head- . 

ing "West Chicago Avenue Business Men's Assn.") 
Chicago Boys' Week Campaign Committee : Temporary use 
of the Municipal Lodging House as a boys' hotel. Come, 

to City Ball 290 

Order, Passed 915-16 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. : Vacation of Loomis st., Mar- 
tin st., W. 106th st. and adjacent alleys. (See the nota- 
tions under "Loomis st." under the heading "Vacations 
of streets".) . . 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co. (See under the 

heading "Railroads".) 
Chicago Butchers Packing Co. : Pipe. Ordinance, to 

S. & A 1017 

Passed 1384-5 

Acceptance and bond. See 1824 

Chicago Children's Benefit League: Tag day. (See under 

the heading "Tag days".) 
Chicago City Bank and Trust Co. : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Chicago, City of: 

Accounts of the City : appropriations for an audit of the 
books for the year 1922 and for uncompleted audits. 
See 2219 

Annexation and disconnection of territory. (See the 
heading "Annexation and disconnection of territory".) 

Badges or stars : direction for submission of an ordinance 
prohibiting the giving away of badges or stars to 
others than members of City departments and news- 
paper men. Order (referred March 15, 1922, p. 
2279). Filed 1352-3 

Claims against the City of Chicago. (For reports of 
claims settled by the Dept. of Law, see under "Set- 
tlements" under the heading "Law, Department of". 
For claims of particular individuals, etc., see under 
the names of such individuals, etc.) 

Current expenses : authority for payment for the period 
prior to the passage of the Annual Appropriation 
Bill. (See under the heading "Appropriations".) 

Department heads. (For general data, if any. see under 
the heading "Officers (general)".) 



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35 



Chicago, City of : 

Departments of the City government. (For data con- 
cerning a particular department, see under the name 
of such department.) 

Duplicating positions in City departments and bureaus : 
appointment of a commission to make a survey. 
(See "Survey of the work, etc.", below.) 

Employes of the City. (For general data, if any, see 
under the heading "City employes". For employes 
of any particular bureau or department, see under 
the name of such bureau or department.) 

Equipment purchased for the City. (For equipment pur- 
chased for the various bureaus and departments, see 
the notations under the names of the respective bu- 
reaus and departments.) 

Experts, special counsel, etc. : 

(For experts, etc., employed by a particular de- 
partment, bureau or committee, see under 
the name of such department, bureau or 
committee.) 
Ordinance (authorizing employment and fixing rate 
of compensation of Lawrence A. Cohen and 
Louis E. Hart as special counsel in matters 
relating to rates of compensation paid experts) 

(referred July 21, 1921, p. 746), Filed 25 

Order (directing the appearance of City officers and 
employes before a subcommittee investigating 
rates of compensation paid experts, and the 
furnishing of information and records) (referred 
Aug. 3. 1921, pp. 1005-7), Filed 25 

Fiscal matters. (See the heading "Finance".) 

Lawsuits against the City of Chicago. (For general 
data, if any, see under "Suits" under the heading 
"Law, Department of". For lawsuits against par- 

ticular officials, see under the names of such officials.) 

Legislation (State) affecting the City. (See the various 
items noted under the heading "State legislation".) 

Livery service for the City for 1923 : authority for con- 
tract (Central Auto Service). Order, Passed. .1550-1 

Materials purchased for the City. (For materials pur- 
chased for particular bureaus and departments, see 
under the names of the respective bureaus and de- 
partments. For general data, if any, see the 
heading "Supplies, materials, etc.") 

Overlapping activities of City departments and bureaus : 
appointment of a commission to make a survey. (See 
"Survey of the work, etc.", below.) 

Property owned or leased by the City. (See under the 
heading "City property, leases, etc.") 

Revenues of the City. (See "Appropriations, etc." under 
the heading "Finance".) 

Special counsel. (See "Experts, special counsel, etc.", 
above.) 

Special funds of the City. (See under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Suits against the City of Chicago. (For general data, 
if any, see "Suits'" under the heading "Law, De- 
partment of". For suits against particular officials, 
see under the names of such officials.) 

Supplies, materials, etc., purchased for the City. (For 
general data, If any, see under the heading "Supplies, 
materials etc." For articles purchased for the 
various bureaus and departments, see the notations 
under the names of the respective bureaus and de- 
partments.) 

Survey of the work of City departments and bureaus 
with a view of eliminating or consolidating duplicat- 
ing positions or overlapping activities : appointment 
of a commission for the purpose. Resolution, to 
Finance 1817 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 
"Taxation and taxes".) 

Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 

Teams employed by the City. (For teams employed in a 
particular department or bureau, see under the name 
of any such department or bureau.) 

Vacation of S. Ridgeway av. and adjacent alley s.i (See 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 



Chicago, City of: 

Vehicles owned or operated by the City : exemption from 
the provision for payment of a vehicle tax ; names 
of respective governmental agencies required to be 
painted on vehicles; provision for furnishing license 
plates and their affixing to vehicles. Report of 

newspaper publication. See 64 

(Ordinances passed March 29, 1922, p. 2377, 
and April 12, 1922, pp. 2443-4.) 
Chicago City Infant's Hospital: Appropriations (annual) 

for maintenance. See 2258 

Chicago Coal & Unloading Co.: Scale. Order, Passed . . 848-9 
Chicago Cold Storage Warehouse Co. : Cancellation of 

warrants for collection. Order, Passed 236!) 

Chicago Concession & Catering Co. : Proposal for the 
privilege of conducting the catering concession on the 
Municipal Pier during the seasons of 1922 to 1926. 

Bid, to Railroads 605 

Rejected g2o 

Chicago Conference of Seventh-day Adventists : Free per- 
mits for temporary building. Order, to Bldgs 1224 

Passed 1382-3 

Chicago Consolidated Brewing and Malting Co. : Driveway. 

Order, Passed .1407 

Chicago Consumptive Aid Society: Tag day. (See under 

the heading "Tag days".) 
Chicago and Cook County School for Boys : 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
County prisoners : in the matter of the use of the school 
for the housing of County prisoners. (See the no- 
tations under "Jail" under the heading "Cook 
County".) 
Chicago and Cook County School for Boys Bond Fund. (For 
data, if any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 
Chicago Crime Commission : Recommendation for employ- 
ment of an additional 1000 police patrolmen. Come, 

Pub. and Filed 173-4 

Chicago Dry Kiln Co.: Tunnel: new bond (under an ordi- 
nance passed July 10, 1916). See 64 

Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Co. : Lease of 

space on the Municipal Pier. Order, to Harbor Board..2004 

Second Order, to Railroads 2195 

Ordinance. Passed 2352 

Chicago Evening Post: 

Annual Appropriation Bill for 1923 : direction for publica- 
tion of the ordinance in the newspaper. Ordi- 
nance. Passed 2343-4 

Official newspaper of the City for 1923 : bid for award 
of contract. Come, from the Compt. (noting bid). 

Pub 1621 

Order (awarding contract to The Calumet Pub- 
lishing Co.) , Passed 1621 

Chicago Federated Charities: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Chicago Federation of Aged and Adult Charities, The: Tag 

days. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Chicago Foundling's Home: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Chicago Gospel Mission : 

Free permit for installation of sewers. Order, Posse* 652 
Free permit for installation of water service pipe. Or- 
der, Passed 652 

Chicago Home for Aged Persons: Tag day. (See under 

the heading "Tag days".) 
Chicago Home for the Friendless: Tag day. (See under 

the heading "Tag days".) 
Chicago Home for Incurables: Claim. Order, Passed. .1796 
Chicago Home Missionary and Church Extension Society of 
the Methodist Episcopal Church : Portable church 

building. Order, Passed 167-S 

Chicago Iron Foundry Co. : Vacation of an alley in Eber- 
hard and Wilbur's Sub. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Chicago Junior Farm and Home School for Boys : Tag day. 

(See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Chicago Ladies' Aid Society: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Chicago Ladies Gmilas Chasodim Society : Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 
Chicago Lithuanian Auditorum : Building. Order, 

Pnxftrd 1626 



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Chicago Lutheran Hospital Assn. : 

Free permits for erection of building. Order, Passed. .1132 
Vacation of part of an alley in Humboldt Park Addn. to 
Chicago. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Chicago Marine Band : Payment for music furnished the 

Fire Dept. in 1921. Order, Passed 722-3 

Chicago Medical Society : Report of investigation of certain 
conditions at the Chicago State Hospital for the Insane 

(Dunning). Come: and Report, to Health 1393-4 

Filed 1533 

Chicago Methodist Episcopal Church Aid Society, The : 

Spire on building. Order, Passed 1534-5 

Chicago Milk Dealers' Assn. : Request for passage of new 
regulations governing the sale and use of milk bottles. 
Come, and Ordinance (referred Jan. 28, 1921, p. 1660), 
Filed ! 226-7 

Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. : 

Sheds. Order, to Bldgs 1690 

Switch tracks. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co. (See under the 
heading "Railroads".) 

Chicago Motor Bus Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed ....1021 

Chicago Municipal Code of 1922, The. (See under the head- 
ing "Ordinances".) 

Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. (See the head- 
ing "Tuberculosis Sanitarium, Chicago Municipal".) 

Chicago & Northwestern Railway Co. (See under the head- 
ing "Railroads".) 

Chicago & Oak Park Elevated Railroad Co. (See under the 
heading "Elevated railroads".) 

Chicago Patrolmen's Social, Athletic and Efficiency Club, 
The : Request for an increase in the salary rate of 
patrolmen. Petition, to Finance 1824 

"Chicago Flan" Commission: 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2231 

Appropriations for payment of services of architects, en- 
gineers and designers. See 

2303, 2304, 2307, 2309, 2310, 2311 

Ashland av. : recommendation for widening and exten- 
sion of the street from Pratt boul. to Howard av. 
and from W. Pershing road to W. 44th st. Come. 

Pub. and to 8. & A 286-7 

Filed 640 

Chicago River : recommendation for action to hasten the 
straightening of the South Branch, from Polk st. to 
a point south of W. 18th st. Come, Pub. and to 

S. & A 287 

To Railicay Term. Comn 640 

La Salle st. : recommendation for widening of the street 
between W. Washington st. and Lincoln Park (in- 
cluding the construction of a new bridge across the 

Chicago River). Come, Pub. and to 8. & A 1429 

To B. L. I 1680 

Post Office : recommendation for acquisition of a site for 
a new post office building on S. Canal st., between 
the Union and Northwestern railway terminals. 

Come, Pub. and to S.-d A 286 

Resolution, Adopted 915 

Prairie av. : recommendation for widening of the street 
to a width of 86 ft., between E. 16th st. and E. 

23rd st. Come, Pub. and to S. & A 287-8 

To B. L. 1 640 

Sixteenth st. : recommendation for widening of the street 
to a width of 86 ft., between S. Michigan av. and 

Prairie av. Come, Pub. and to S. & A 287 

To B. L. 1 640 

South Water st. : recommendation for certain changes in 

the improvement. Come, to 8. & A 288 

Filed 640 

Chicago Policlinic : Vacation of part of an alley in South- 
worth and Holmes Sub. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Chicago Postal Pneumatic Tube Co. : Report of expiration 
of the franchise ordinance of the company. Come 

(Compt), to G„ O. & E. L ......1713 

Chicago Potato Co.: Claim. To Finance .. . 2142 

Chicago Pottery Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 651 

Chicago Public Library. (See the heading "Library, Chicago 
Public".) 



Chicago Railway Signal & Supply Co. : Sale of "Stop" 

signs to the City. Order, Passed 551 

Chicago Railways Co. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing ""Street railways".) 

Chicago Real Estate Index Co. : Appropriations for pay- 
ment of unpaid bills against the City. See 2262 

Chicago Restaurant & Cafeteria Co. : Sign. Order, 

Passed 51 

Chicago River : 

Appropriations for the employment of engineers, experts, 
etc., in connection with the development of the Chi- 
cago District Harbor. ("See the appropriations for 
the Committee on Harbors, Wharves and Bridges.) 
Appropriation for repair and replacement of docks and 

bulkheads at street ends along the river. See.... 2291 
Bridges across the river. (See under "Bridges and via- 
ducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Dock wall, between N. Michigan av. and W. Lake st. 
(See the ordinance providing for the improvement of 
South Water st., noted under the heading "South 
Water st") 
Docks, wharves, etc. (For data, if any, see the heading 

"Docks, wharves, etc.") 
Dredging of the river at the Fullerton av. bridge and dig- 
ging of cable trenches at the Clark st. and Roose- 
velt road bridges : acceptance of bid for the work 
(FitzSimons & Connell Dredge & Dock Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 1416 

; Dredging of the river at the Roosevelt road bridge : ap- 
propriations for the work. See 706, 2299 

Dredging of the river at the Wells st. bridge : appropria- 
tion for final payment on contract ( (FitzSimons & 
Connell Dredge & Dock Co.). Ordinance, Passed 82 

Report of newspaper publication. See 289 

Filling-in of the West Fork of the South Branch, between 
S. Hoyne av. and S. Kenton av. : endorsement of 

plans for the work. Resolution, Adopted 1003 

Straightening of the river : appropriation for investiga- 
tion and studies. See 2221 

Straightening of the South Branch, from Polk st. to a ■ 
point south of W. 18th st. Come from the "Chi- 
cago Plan" Comn. (recommending action to hasten 

the improvement), Pub. and to 8. & A 287 

To Railway Term. Comn 640 

Order (directing submission of a progress re- 
port) , Passed 1742 

Order (authorizing payment of bills for legal 

services and examination of title), Passed 1751 

Sunken craft in the river : appropriation for removal. 

See 12291 

West Fork of the South Branch, between S. Hoyne av. 
and S. Western av. or Canal E : request to Congress 
to declare the additional portion of the stream to 

be non-navigable. Resolution, Adopted 1684-5 

Motion (directing transmittal of copies of the 

resolution to certain Federal officials), Carried 1685 

Chicago River & Indiana Railroad Co., The. (See under the 

heading "Railroads".) 
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co. (See under the 

heading "Railroads".) 
Chicago Safety Council, The : 

Incapacitated firemen : request for repeal of an ordinance 
providing for appointment as fire prevention in- 
spectors. Come, to Schools .1060 

Filed 2032-3 

Motor Drivers School : inauguration of a school for the 
purpose of minimizing automobile accidents in Chi- 
cago. Come, to Local Trans 2 

Pub. and Filed 221 

Chicago & South Haven Steamship Co. : 

Lease of dock space along the south side of the Chicago 
River, between N. Clark st. and N. La Salle st. 

See • 2173-4 

Sign. Order, Passed : 844 

Chicago Steamship lines : Lease of space on the Municipal 

Pier. Order, to Harbor Board 2004-5 

Ordinance, Passed ' 2351-2 

"Chicago Surface Lines". (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Chicago Theological Seminary : Vault with coal holes. 

Ordinance, to 8. <t A 247 

Passed 898 



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Chicago Title & Trust Co. : 

Payment for examination of title of the South Branch of 
the Chicago River, from Polk st. to W. 20th st. 

Order, Passed 1751 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Vacation of W. 70th st. and adjacent alleys. (See the 

notations under "Seventieth st." under the heading 

"Vacations of streets".) 

Chicago Traction and Subway Commission. (See the heading 

"Traction and Subway Commission, Chicago".) 
Chicago Transfer and Clearing Co. : Deposit of $5,000 for 

the repair of sundry street pavements. Order, Passed. H249 

Chicago Trust Co.: Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Chicago Tube & Iron Co. : 

Boiler tubes : sale to the City. Order, Passed 23-4 

Steel tubes : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1604 

Chicago Tunnel Co. : 

Chicago Title & Trust Bldg. : permission for tunnel con- 
nection. Come, to S. d A 1824 

Illinois Merchants Bank Building: extension of time for 

removal of excavation chute. Order, Passed. .. .289-90 

Methodist Church Building (old) : extension of time for 

removal of excavation chute. Come, Pub 1495 

Order, Passed 1495 

Union Depot (new) : extension of time for removal of ex- 
cavation chutes. Come, Pub 1637 

Order, Passed 1637 

Chicago Union Station Co. (See "Union Station Co., Chicago" 

under the heading "Railroads".) 
Chicago United Theaters, Inc. : Vacation of part of an al- 
ley in Rich's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 
Chicago Warehouse Lumber Co. : 

Shed. Order, to Bldg a 263 

Passed 1380 

Switch tracks. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Chicago Warehouse & Terminal Co. : Contract for the re- 

moval of ashes and refuse from the City Hall. Order, 

Passed 1630 

Chicago, West Pullman & Southern Railroad Co. (See under 

the heading "Railroads".) 
Chicago & Western Indiana Railroad Co. (See under the 
heading "Railroads".) 

Chicago Wet Wash Laundry: Claim. To Finance 1476 

Chicago Woman's Shelter: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 
Chicago Women's Club : Request for certain changes in the 

proposed "zoning ordinance". Resolution, to Bldgs 1888 

Chicago Zoning Commission. (See the heading "Zoning Com- 
mission, Chicago".) 
Children. (See the heading "Minors".) 

Children's Benefit League: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 
Children's Memorial Hospital : Appropriations (annual) for 

maintenance. See 2258 

Children's Receiving Home of Women's Lutheran League : 

Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Children's South Side Free Dispensary: Tag day. (See 
under the heading "Tag days".) 

Childs Company: Vault. Ordinance, to S. it A 996 

Passed 1340-1 

Acceptance and bond. See 1636 

Childs (S. D.) Co. : Sale of chauffeurs' badges to the City. 

Order, Passed 1418-19 

Chile, South America : Appeal for funds towards the relief 
of earthquake sufferers. Telegram (Harry C. Watts) 

to Finance 1266 

Filed 1797 

Chinese Noodle Mfg. Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Chirnobilsky, Isidor : Claim. Filed 623 

Chirpe, William : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Chlorinating plants at pumping stations. (For data, if any, 
see under "Pumping stations" under the heading "En- 
gineering, Bureau of".) 

Choldenko, Israel: Driveways. Order, Passed 1023 

Choromokos, Louis : Claim. Order, Passed 1718-19 

Choronzak, John : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Christ English Evangelical Lutheran Church : Wooden win- 
dow frames. Order, Passed 2097 

Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church : Free permits for ad- 
dition to church building. Order, Passed 1914 

Christ, Joseph: Claim. Order, Passed 1656 



Christian Knights and Ladies of America : Street festival. 

Order, Passed 4g C 

Christiana av. : 

Sewer, from Bryn Mawr av. to Catalpa av. Ordinance, 

Passed . . . 10al 

Water supply pipe, from Bryn Mawr av. to Catalpa av. 

Ordinance, Passed 1477 

Christie, John P.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1045 

Chrostakos, John: Claim. Order, Passed 13121 

Chruscial, Theodore : Recommendations of a Coroner's Jury • 
in the case of death by drowning. (See the notations 
under "Coroner" under the heading "Cook County".) 
Church of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin : Garage. 

Order, Passed 3(5 

Church of the Disciples of Christ : Free permits for erec- 
tion, removal and temporary use of church buildings. 

Orders, Passed 1002 

Church of Our Lady of Victory : Free permits for erection 

of parochial building. Order, Passed 1142 

Church of our Redeemer : Construction of building. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1238 

Church of St. Rita of Cascia : Tapping of a water supply 

pipe. Order, Passed 1814 

Church st. : 

Paving, from W. 103rd st. to W. 107th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1884 

[See also "Paving, from W. 103rd st. to W. 
104th st., etc." under the heading "Loomis st."] 
Water supply pipe, from W. 105th st. to 300 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 682-3 

Water supply pipe, from 225 ft. south of W. 104th st. 

to W. 105th st. Order, to Finance 44 

Passed 709 

Churches and other religious institutions : 

Automobile salesrooms : prohibition against erection or 
maintenance within 200 ft. of churches. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2365-7 

Lumber yards, box yards, etc. : prohibition against estab- 
lishment within 200 ft. of churches. Ordinance 

( see p. 166) , Passed 141-66 

Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids : prohibition 
against installation within 200 ft. of churches. 

Ordinance (see p. 153), Passed 141-66 

Churchill Hotel Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed 38 

Cibulsky, Sam : Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Cicero av. : 

Bridge across the Sanitary District Canal. (See under 
"Bridges and viaducts" under the heading "Engineer- 
ing, Bureau of".) 
Obstructions at No. 12335 N. : direction for removal. 

Order, Passed 1548 

Obstructions in parkway in rear of premises at s. e. cor. 
of Fullerton av. : direction for removal. Order, 

Passed 1548 

Premises No. 6500 S. : tapping of water supply pipe. 

Order, Passed 659 

Repair of the roadway, from W. 59th st. to W. 63rd st. 

Order, Passed 1249 

Repair of the roadway, from W. 60th st. to Archer av. 

Order, Passed 1737 

Sign at No. 2341 N. : direction for removal. Order, 

Passed 2047 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Tires in front of premises at No. 2335 N. : direction" for 

removal. Order, Passed 1548 

Tires in parkway in rear of premises at s.e. cor. of Ful- 
lerton av. : direction for removal. Order, Passed. 1548 
Water supply pipe, from 556 ft. north of Elston av. to 

Foster av. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Watering trough at No. 3924 N. : direction for installa- 
tion. Order, Passed 1028 

Cieiel, John: Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Cieslit, Edward: Maintenance of flat in attic of building. 

Order, to Bldgs 263 

Passed : • 670 

Cigar cutters. (See under the heading "Tobacco, etc.") 
Cigarettes. (For data, if any, see under the heading "To- 
bacco, etc.") 
Cigars. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Tobacco, 
etc.") 

Cinch Fastener Corp. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Cinders. (See the heading "Garbage and waste".) 

Cinzinas, J. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 



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Cirrincioue, Leo : Claim. Filed 623 

Citizens Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
City Attorney. (See the heading "Law, Department of".) 

City Clerk: 

Acceptances and bonds filed by grantees under ordinances. 
Reports, Pub. and Filed, pp. 64, 178, 289, 941-2, 
1179-80, 1346, 1393, 1636, 1713, 1772, 1824, 1929-30, 
i 2064, 2122, 2158. 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2224-5, 2316 

Appropriations (supplementary). See 713-14 

Employes : 

Clerk (principal) : authority for employment. Or- 
der, Passed 713 

License checkers: appropriation for payment 1 of sal- 
aries. Ordinance, Passed 713-14 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 1058 
Sergeant-at-Arms : election. (See under the heading 

"Appointments". ) 
Sergeants-at-Arms, Assistant: election. (See under 
the heading "Appointments".) 
Journal of the City Council. (See under the heading 

"City Council".) 
Motorbus lines : direction for transmittal to the Corpora- 
tion Counsel of notices of the filing of certificates 
of convenience and public necessity. Order, 

Passed 504-5 

Publication (newspaper) of ordinances. Reports, Pub. 
and Filed, pp. 64, 179, 289, 599-600, 681, 942-3, 1058, 
1180, 1620, 1636, 1930, 2064, 2122, 2158, 2346. 
Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Dog tags : authority to let contract for 1923 (West- 
ern Stamping & Enamel Works). order, 

Passed 12346-7 

License forms : authority to let contract (James A. 

Pink). Order, Passed 2347 

Physicians' right-of-way emblems : direction for pur- 
chase. Order (referred Jan. 25, 1922, p. 

1753), Filed 753 

Vehicle license tags for the year 1921 : payment for 
purchase (Leonard Engraving Works). Or- 
der, Passed 713 

Transfers of funds. (Soe under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

City Collector: 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2232, 2317 

Appropriations (supplementary). See 526 

Employes : 

Clerks (extra) : . appropriation for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 526 

Report of newspaper publication. See. .. .9412-3 
Clerks (extra) : authority for employment. Or- 
ders, Passed 1394, 1787 

Clerks (license) : appropriation for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 526 

Report of newspaper publication. See. .. .942-3 
Overtime: authority for payment. Orders, Passed 

526, 1594, 1787 

Principal Clerk in Charge of General Licenses : 
maintenance of a personally-owned automobile. 

Order, Passed 709 

Pneumatic tube cage : appropriation for relocation, etc. 

See • 2232 

Transfers of funds. ( See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

City Comptroller: 

Accounts of the City for the year 1921 : contract for 

an audit (Haskins & Sells). Ordinance, Passed. 83-5 
Annual report for 1921 : contract for printing (John P. 

Higgins). Order, Passed 1962 

Appropriations (annual). See 22128-31. 2317,2318 

Appropriations (supplementary). See 705, 710 

Capital account. (For data, if any, see "Capital ac 

counts" under the heading "Finance".) 
Departmental estimates for 1923 : contract for printing 

(John F. Higgins). Order, Passed 1069 

Employes : 

Accounting investigator (head) : provision for em- 
ployment in lieu of a principal accounting in- 
vestigator. Amendment (to the Approp. Bill 
I'm- 1923). to Finance 2357 



City Comptroller : 

Employes : 

Clerks (principal) : provision for employment of 
three in lieu of three senior clerks. Amend- 
ments (to the Approp. Bill for 1923), to Fi- 
nance 2363, 2364, 2365 

Clerks (senior) : authority lor employment. Or- 
der, Passed ,. 710 

Amended 1244 

Clerk (senior) : authority for employment in lieu of 

a senior stenographer. Order, Passed 2347-S 

Clerk (senior) : provision for employment in lieu of 
a junior clerk. Amendment (to the Approp. 

Bill for 19:23), to Finance 2361 

Clerks (senior statistical) : authority for employment 
in lieu of a head accounting investigator. 

Order, Passed 1744 

Engineer : increase in salary rate. Order, Passed 

710-11 

Material inspector : maintenance of a personally- 
owned automobile. Order, Passed 710 

Overtime : authority for payment. Orders, Passed 

80, 711 

Overtime : direction for payment. Order, to Fi- 
nance 259 

Overtime for employes paying judges and clerks of 
election : rate of $5.00 per period established. 

Order, Passed 1787 

Paymaster, City : increase in salary rate. Order, 

Passed 711 

■ Stenographer (junior) : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 1370-1 

Stenographer (junior) : authority for employment in 

lieu of a junior clerk. Order, Passed 526-7 

Estimates of revenues and expenditures. (See under 

the heading "Appropriations".) 
Petty injury and damage claims, etc. : appropriation for 

payment. See 705 

Quit-claim deeds of the City's interest in property ac- 
quired through tax sales. (See the heading "Quit- 
claim deeds".) 
Real estate : authority for purchases during the Council 

vacation. Ordinance, Passed 711-12 

Real Estate Capital Account. (For data, if any, see 

"Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 

Revenues and expenditures: monthly statements. (For 

data, if any, see under "Appropriations, etc." under 

the heading "Finance".) 

Sorting and tabulating machines : payment for rental 

(Tabulating Machine Co.). Order, Passed 17 

Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Bonds : authority for printing (Columbian Bank 

Note Co.) . Order, Passed 550-1 

Water certificate circulars : authority for printing 

(Severinghaus Printing Co.). Order, Passed 551 
Tax claims : authority for settlements during the Council 

vacation. Ordinance, Passed 712 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Warrants for collection: cancellation of delinquent war- 
rants. Orders, Passed 1244-5, 1448, 1726-7, 1795 

Warrants for collection : compromise ■ payments of delin- 
quent warrants. Order, Passed 2369-70 

City Comptroller's Capital Account. (For data, if any. see 
"Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 

City Council; 

Accomplishments of the Council for the past two years. 

Order (directing submission of a report), Passed. .1592 

Report, Pub. and Filed 1669-72 

Aldermen : 

Appointments of Aldermen to committees. (See un- 
der the heading "Appointments".) 

Appropriations for salaries. See 2218 

Election contests. (For data, if any. see "Election 
contests", below.) 

Membership of the City Council for the year 19122- 

23 determined. Come. (Corp. Counsel), Pub.... 2 
Ordinance, Passed • • 2-3 

Resignations. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Resignations".) 

Secretaries to Aldermen : appropriations for salaries. 



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City Council: 

Clerk of the Council. (See the heading "City Clerk".) 
Committees : 

(For items concerning particular committees, see 
under the names of such committees.) 
Attendance of Aldermen at committee meetings. (For 

data, if any, see under "Aldermen", above.) 
Elections and appointments of members. (See the 
notations under the names of the respective com- 
mittees, under the heading "Appointments".) 
Finance, Committee on : direction for amendment of 
the Rules of Procedure to provide that Alder- 
men assigned as committee chairmen be not as- 
signed as Finance Com. members. Order, to 

Rules 1405 

Investigations conducted by committees : grant of 
power to issue subpoenas and compel the attend- 
ance of witnesses and the production of evidence. 

Resolution and Bill, to Judiciary 2359 

Vacancies on committees : direction for consideration 
of the matter of filling vacancies caused by the 
election of certain Aldermen to County offices. 

Resolution, Adopted 1308-9 

Council Chamber. (For data, if any, see under "City 
Hall" under the heading "City Hall, Bureau of".) 
Election contests : 

Hogan, Timothy A. : as Alderman, 11th Ward. 

Petition (John A. Richert), to Judiciary 2064 

Order (requesting the submission of ballots 

cast to a Council subcommittee). Passed 2193 

Investigations conducted by the Council : grant of power 
to issue subpoenas and compel the attendance of wit- 
nesses and the production of evidence. Resolution 

and Bill, to Judiciary 2359 

Journal of the Proceedings : 
Correction of the Journal : 

April 12, 1922, pp. 2397, 2405, 2411 and 2416. 

Corrected 1 

May 24, 1922, pp. 1S5, 191, 194 and 276. 

Corrected 285 

June 7, 1922, pp. 299, 300, 341, 366. and 474. 

Corrected 521 

June "21, 1922, pp. 607, 610. 613 and 652. 

Corrected 679-80 

June 28 and 29, 1922, pp. 6S5, 686, 687, 688, 
694, 695, 69H. 698, 734, 764 and 910. Cor- 
rected 939-40 

Oct. 4, 1922, pp. 655 and 656. Corrected. 1051 -2 

Nov. 1, 1922, pp. 1186, 1187, 1191, 1193, 1197, 

and 1199. Corrected 1265-6 

Nov. 15, 1922, pp. 1271, 1272 and 1302. Cor- 
rected 1345 

Nov. 29, 1922, p. 1426. Corrected 1427 

Dec. 6, 1922, p. 1436. Corrected 1493 

Dec. 20, 1922, pp. 1503 and 1504. Corrected 1565 

Jan. 17. 1923. pp. 1643 and 1652. Corrected 

1711 

Jan. 24 and 31, 1923, p. 1745. Corrected. . .1771 
Feb. 21, 1923, pp. 1828, 1832, 1S37, 1838, 1840, 

1847, 1851 and 1856. Corrected. . .1899-1900 
Feb. 28, 1923, pp. 1905 and 1907. Corrected 

1929 

Mar. 7, 1923, pp. 1939 and 1942. Corrected. 2063-4 

Mar. 26, 1923, p. 2127. Corrected 2157 

Mar. 31, 1923, pp. 21X0, 2185. 2306, 2328 and 

2337. Corrected 2345 

April 5, 1923, pp. 2356, 2357, 2362 and 2363. 
Corrected May 2, 1923, pp. 107-8. 
Journal of Nov. 15, 1922, pp. 1269-70 : direction for 
the expunging of certain alleged criticisms con- 
cerning the sale of the by-products of the Muni- 
cipal Reduction Plant. Order, Passed 2358 

Printing contract for 1922-3 : avithority for exten- 
sion (James A. Pink). Order, Passed 1566-7 

Printing contract for 1923-4 (James A. Pink). 

Order, Passed 2346-7 

Mayor : expression of appreciation of conduct of Wm. 
Hale Thompson as presiding officer of the City Coun- 
cil. Resolution, Adopted 2517 

Address (Mayor). Noted 2517 



City Council: 
Meetings : 

Special meetings : 

May 23, 1922, 2 :00 P. M. (to take action on the 
question of the employment of additional po- 
lice in the City of Chicago). Call, Pub. 

and Filed 173 

June 17, 1922, 11:00 A. M. (to take action in 
connection with the atrocious acts being 
carried on by the Turks against the Greeks, 
Armenians " and Christians) . Call, Pub. 

and Filed 595 

June 28, 1922, 1 :00 P. M. (to take action on 
the death of Mrs. Ida Small). Call, Pub. 

and Filed 677 

Aug. 3, 1922, 2 :00 P. M. (to take action in con- 
nection with an existing strike of street rail- 
way and elevated railroad employes). 

Call, Pub. and Filed 919 

Sept. 6, 1922, 2:00 P. M. (to take action on an 
order authorizing the issuance of a permit 
to Chicago railroads striking shopmen to 
conduct a tag day). Call, Pub. and Filed 933 
Sept. 21, 1922, 2 :30 P. M. (to take action to 
bring about an investigation of the price of 

coal). Call, Pub. and Filed 935 

Sept. #7, 1922, 2 :00 P. M. (to give considera- 
tion to the matter of investigating the fric- 
tion existing in the Chicago Fire Depart- 
ment). Call, Pub. and Filed 937 

Times fixed for succeeding regular meetings : 

For May 3, 1922, 2 :00 P. M. See 33 

For May 24, 1922, 2:00 P. M. See 107 

For June 7, 1922, 2:00 P. M. See 2312-3 

For June 13, 1922, 2 :00 P. M. See 474 

For June 21, 1922, 2:00 P. M. See 571-2 

For Oct. 4, 1922, 2:00 P. M. See 846 

For Oct. 18, 1922, 2 :00 P. M. See 998 

For Nov. 1, 1922, 2:00 P. M. See 1128 

For Nov. 15, 1922, 2:00 P. M. See. 1219 

For Nov. 29, 1922, 2 :00 P. M. (ordinance with- 
drawn). See 1301-2 

For Dec. 20, 1922, 2:00 P. M. See 1466 

For Jan. 2, 1923, 11:00 A. M. See 1587 

For Jan. 17, 1923, 2:00 P. M. See 1626 

For Feb. 7, 1923, 2:00 P. M. See 1730 

For Feb. 21, 1923, 2:00 P. M. See 1802-3 

For Mar. 26, 1923, 2:00 P. M. See 2091 

For Mar. 31, 1923, 10 :00 A. M. See 2141-2 

For Apr. 5, 1923, 2:00 P. M. See 2190 

For Apr. 16, 1923, 7:30 P. M. See... 2357 

Organization of the new Council. (See the various nota- 
tions under "Committees", above, and "Rules of pro- 
cedure", below.) 
Reading Clerk. (For data, if any, see under "Employes" 

under the heading "City Clerk".) 
Rules of procedure : 

Finance, Committee on : direction for amendment of 
the rules to provide that Aldermen assigned as 
committee chairmen be not assigned as Finance 

Com. members. Order, to Rules 1405 

Secretaries to Aldermen. (See under "Aldermen", above.) 
Sergeant-at-Arins. (For data, if any, see under "Em- 
ployes" under the heading "City Clerk".) 
Sergeants-at-Arms, Assistant. (For data, if any, see 
under "Employes" under the heading "City Clerk".) 
Summary of accomplishments of the Council for the past 
two years. Order (directing submission of a re- 
port), Passed • 1592 

Report, Pub. and Filed 1669-72 

Vacancies : 

Eighteenth Ward : vacancy declared to exist, by rea- 
son of the election of Maurice F. Kavanagh as 
a Member of the Board of Commissioners of 
Cook County. Resolution. Adopted 1426 

Twelfth Ward : vacancy declared to exist, by reason 
of the election of Anton J. Cermak as President 
of the Board of Commissioners of Cook County. 
Resolution, Adopted 1425-6 • 

Twenty-third Ward : vacancy declared to exist, by 
reason of the election of Walter P. Steffen as 
Judge of the Superior Court of Cook County. 
Resolution. Adopted 1426 






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City employes: 

(For employes of any particular bureau or depart- 
ment, see under the name of su-ch bureau or de- 
partment.) 
Appearance before a subcommittee investigating rates of 
compensation paid experts by the City : direction for 
the furnishing of information and records. Order 

(referred Aug. 3, 1921, pp. 1005-7), Filed 25 

"Automatic" Increases in salaries. (For data, if any, 

see under "Salaries and wages", below.) 
Civil service system. (For general items, if any, see 

under the heading "Civil service system".) 
Engineers, operating : request that the title of Group C 
be changed to that of Group B. Come, from Local 
Union No. 845, I. U. of S. & O. E. (referred Jan. 11, 

1S22, p. 1592) , Filed 753 

Holidays. (See under "Leaves of absence", below.) 
Hospital and medical expense : appropriations for pay- 
ment of claims of employes injured while in the act- 
ual performance of duties. See 2230 

Leaves of absence : 

(See also the notations concerning the closing 

of City offices on special days, noted under 

the heading "Offices".) 

American Legion National Convention : ex-service 

men excused to attend the convention in New 

Orleans, Oct. 15th to 22nd, 1922. Order, 

Passed 1011 

Illinois National Guard, U. S. Naval Reserve and 
Officers Reserve Corps : members excused to at- 
tend the annual encampment of instruction. 
Order (amending an order for 1922), to Finance 1141 

Passed 1374 

Order (for 1923) , Passed 1736 

Jewish holidays (Sept. 23 and 24, and Oct. 12, 1922) : 

Jewish employes excused. Order, Passed. . . . 936 
Jewish Passover (April 2, 1923) : Jewish employes 

excused. Order, Passed 2199 

Sick-leave periods for 1923 : regulations governing. 

Order, Passed 1786-7 

Spanish American War Veterans : members excused 
on June 15, 16 and 17, 1922. to attend conven- 
tion. Order, Passed 585 

St. Patrick's day (March 17, 1923) : employes of 

Irish descent excused. Order, Passed 2048 

Vacation periods for 19212 : amendment of 1922 reg- 
ulations to provide for the granting of vacation 
periods to certain employes in the skilled labor 
and labor service classes. Order, to Finance. 1315 

Vacation periods for 1923 : regulations governing. 

Order, Passed 1786-7 

Pension funds. (See the heading "Pension funds".) 
Political assessments : direction for an investigation of 
alleged political assessments levied on Civil Service 
employes. Resolution (referred June 23, 1921, p. 

502) , Filed 1352-3 

Salaries and wages : 

(For individual positions, and for employes of a 
particular department or bureau, see under 
the names of the respective departments and 
bureaus.) 
Appropriations for salaries and wages. (See the ap- 
propriations for the various bureaus and depart- 
ments.) 
Appropriations for salaries and wages of civil service 
employes : direction that all positions included 
in the 1921 appropriation ordinance be included 
in the 1922 appropriation ordinance. Amend- 
ment (published and deferred Jan. 27, 1922, p. 

1780), Filed 918 

Similar Order (referred Feb. 1, 1922, p. 

1844) , Filed 753 

"Automatic" increases for 1922 : appropriation for 
payment to certain senior clerks regraded in 

1921. Petition and Order, to Finance 577 

December, 1922 : payment of salaries and wages be- 
fore Christmas Day. Order, Passed 1447 

Designing service employes : direction for revision 
of salary schedule for employes in certain grades. 

Order, to Finance 2344 

Engineering service employes : direction for revision 
of salary schedule for employes in certain grades. 
Order, to Finance 2344 



City employes: 

Salaries and wages : 

Engineers (fire) and assistant fire engineers : direc- 
tion for a uniform scale of wages. Resolution 

(referred Jan. 25, 1922, p. 1763), Filed 753 

Engineers, operating : notification of scale of wages 
for 1922. Come, from Local Union No. 556, 
I. U. of S. & O. E. (referred Dec. 28, i921, p. 

1486), Filed 753 

Come, from Local Union No. 845, I. U. of 
S. & O. E. (referred Jan. 11, 1922, p. 1592), 

Filed 753 

Engineers, operating (Group C.) ; change of title to 
"oilers". Resolution (referred Jan. 25, 1922, 

p. 1755) , Filed 753 

Engineers, operating (Group C.) : notification of scale 
of wages for 1923, and request for change of 
title to "Group B." Comes. (Local Union No. 

845, I. U. of S. & O. E.), to Finance 1394 

Foremen and assistant foremen : request for a uni- 
form scale of wages. Order (referred Jan. 1215, 

1922, p. 1755), Filed... 753 

Holidays, with pay allowance. (See under "Leaves 

of absence", above.) 
Increases in salary rates : prohibition against in- 
creases in the annual Appropriation Bill for 1922 
unless such increases are general in their appli- 
cation to all the various grades and classes. 
Resolution (referred Jan. 25, 1922, p. 1756), 

Filed, 753 

Payment of salaries for the period prior to the pass- 
age of the annual Appropriation Bill. (See under 
the heading "Appropriations".) 
Rates of compensation for the various employes in 
the classified Civil Service for 1923 (Sec. 6 of 

the Annual Appropriation Bill). See 2217 

Rates of employment as established by trade agree- 
ments, trade unions and trade organizations for 
1923 (Sec. 7 of the Annual Appropriation Bill). 

See 2217 

Kates of empoyment for sundry classes of mechanics 

established. Order, Passed 215-16 

Amended '. 1169 

Structural service employes : direction for revision of 
salary schedule for employes in certain grades. 

Order, to Finance 2344 

Sick-leave periods of City employes. (For data, if any, 

see under "Leaves of absence", above.) 
Titles of employes in the classified Civil Service fixed for 

1923 (Sec. 6 of the Annual Appropriation Bill). See 2217 
Traffic duty : assignment of all available employes to the 
work of directing traffic during a strike of street 
railway and elevated railroad employes. Resolu- 
tion, Adopted 930-1 

Transportation of employes during a strike of street rail- 
way and elevated railroad employes : direction for 
use of City-owned vehicles for the purpose. Or- 
der, Parsed 930 

Vacancies in positions in the classified Civil Service dur- 
ing 1923 (Sec. 6 of the Annual Appropriation Bill.) 

See 2217 

Vacation periods of City employes. (For data, if any. 
see under "Leaves of absence", above.) 
City Forester. (For data, if any, see under "Employes" un- 
der the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 

City Furniture Co.: Sign. Order, to Bldgs 1546 

City Hall. (See under the heading "City Hall, Bureau of".) 
City Hall Building Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 

City Hall, Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2.278-9 

City Hall: 

Ashes and refuse : contract for removal during 1923 
(Chicago Warehouse & Terminal Co.). Order, 
Passed 1630 

City Attorney's office : payment for remodeling 

(Ralph H. Simpson Co.). Order, Passed. .. .1371 

City Clerk's and City Collector's offices : purchase 
of wire screens for sky lights (Peerless Wire 
Goods Co.). Order, Passed 714-15 

City Collector's office : construction of bronze railing 

and posts (D. H. Doyle). Order, Passed.... 715 



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City Hall, Bureau of: 

City Hall: 

Cleaning and decorating : authority for sundry ex- 
penditures. Order, Passed 714 

Closing of City offices on special days. (See under 
the heading "Offices (general)".) 

Coin boxes in offices : direction for installation (The 
American Committee for Russian Famine Relief) . 
Order (referred Jan. 11, 1922, p. 1603), Filed. 733 

Committee-rooms : appropriations for salaries of of- 
fice force. (See the appropriations for the City 
Clerk.) 

Council Chamber : appropriation for salary of Janitor 
and Caretaker. (See the appropriations for the 
City Clerk.) 

Disabled Soldiers' Benefit Carnival : permission for 
the sale of tickets in offices by the Gold Star 
Mothers (Chapter No. 1). Come. (C. P. W.), 

Pub 65-6 

Order, Passed 66 

Elevator (No. 1) : replacement of lifting cables 

(Pitt Engineering Co.). Order, Passed 1964 

Fire Department : alterations in offices (Ralph H. 

Simpson Co.). Order, Passed...... 1743-4 

Fire Department : appropriation for remodeling of 

space used by the department. See 2279 

Fire Department (Bureau of Fire Prevention and 
Public Safety) : payment for alterations (D. H. 
Doyle) . Order, Passed 1153-4 

Health, Dept. of : payment of alterations in offices 

(D. H. Doyle). Orders, Passed 527-8, 1153 

Heating and power plant (joint) for the City Hall 
and County Building. Come, from the Pres. 

of the County Board (recommending adoption of 

a plan), to Efficiency 1636-7 

Report of the Com. on Efficiency (recom- 
mending the sale of steam from the City Hall 
heating plant to the County and transmitting a 
Bill for enabling legislation, an ordinance au- 
thorizing a contract and sundry communica- 
tions), Pub. and to Finance 2137-41 

Law, Department of (City Attorney's office) : pay- 
ment for alterations to provide space for the 
Boiler Inspector (D. H. Doyle). Order. 
Passed 1153-4 

Public Hearing Room : alterations in quarters 

(Ralph H, Simpson Co.). Order, Passed. .. .1743-4 

Public Works, Dept. of : payment for installing gates 

(D. H. Doyle). Order, Passed 1153-4 

Remodeling incident to use of additional space for 
court purposes : appropriation for the purpose. 
See 2279 

Room numbering : direction for co-operation of City 
and County officials in the renumbering of of- 
fices in the County Building and City Hall. 
Order, Passed 21612 

Repairs, cleaning, painting, decorating, etc. : appro- 
priation for the purpose. See 2279 

Steam Boilers and Steam Plants, Dept. for Inspec- 
tion of : payment for alterations in the City 
Attorney's office to provide new office space (D. 
H. Doyle). Order, Passed 1153-4 

Sundry departments : payment for alterations (D. 

H. Doyle) . Order, Passed 1153-4 

Sundry offices : authority for expenditures in connec- 
tion with cleaning and decorating. Order, 
Passed 714 

Water, Bureau of: alterations in offices (Ralph H. 

Simpson Co.). Order, Passed 1743-4 

Water, Bureau of: appropriation for remodeling of 

space used by the bureau. See 2279 

Water Bureau of : construction of shelving, re-ar- 
rangement of counters, etc. (Ralph H. Simpson 
Co.) . Order, Passed 2162 

Water, Bureau of : purchase of wire screens for 
sky lights (Peerless Wire Goods Co.). Order, 

Passed 714-15 

Coal : authority for purchase (Mortimer B. Flynn Coal 

Co.). Orders, Passed 1792-3, 1861 

Employes : 

Elevator operators : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 2162-3 

Jnnitors: increase in salary rates. Order, Passed 714 



City Hall, Bureau of: 

Employes : 

Laborer : authority for employment. Order, Passed 

1719 

Marble cleaners : increase in salary rate. Order, 

Passed 714 

Painters : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 1719 

Supplies (painters') : authority for purchase. Order, 

Passed 1719 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
City Hall Square Co. : Lease of space in the City Hall 

Square Bldg. to the City. Order, Passed 1963 

City Motor Bus Co. : Permission for operation of a bus 
line on Central av. from W. North av. to W. Roosevelt 

road. Order, to Local Trans 1819 

City offices. (See the heading "Offices (general)".) 

City Physician: Appropriations (annual). See 2:256 

City property, leages, etc.: 

Alleys : leases for private use authorized by the Com. on 
Railroads, Industries and Compensation. (See under 
the heading "Alleys".) 

Alleys in the blocks bounded by Arthington st., S. Camp- 
bell av., Fillmore St. and the P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. : 
release of the City's claim of title. Ordinance, 
Passed 507-8 

Andrews Bldg. : lease of space on the 6th floor for the 

Board of Local Improvements. Order, Passed . . . . 1963 

Assessors' Division of Block 42, Sheffield's Addn. to Chi- 
cago, Sec. 29-40-14 : negotiations for purchase or con- 
demnation of Sub-lots 1 and 2 in Sub. of Lots 11 
and 12 (Wrightwood av. between N. Ashland av. 
and Greenview av.). Ordinance, Passed 1420-21 

Broadway (Nos. 5451-53) : lease of the premises for use 
as a ward yard (Adolph Naumann). Order, 
Passed 2373-4 

Brookfield, Village of : Lot 4 in Superior Court Comrs.' 
partition. (See under "Superior Court Comrs.' par- 
tition", below.) 

Buildings in parks, etc. : permission for free use for 
meeting purposes by the American Legion. Order, 
Passed 854-5 

Chicago River : leases of docks, wharves, etc. (See under 
the heading "Docks, wharves, etc.") 

Circuit Court's Partition of W. V 2 , Sec. 30-39-13, and N. 
E. Vi, Sec. 25-39-12 : consent of the City to the mak- 
ing of Riverside Drive in the City of Berwyn into 
a pleasure driveway. Order, Passed 484 

City Hall Square Bldg. : lease of Rooms 807 and 808 for 

the Dept. of Public Welfare. Order, Passed 1963 

Conway Bldg. : lease of Room 1466 for the Board of Lo- 
cal Improvements. Order, Passed 1963 

Craft's Sub., S. E. Vi, N. E. %, Sec. 9-39-13: negotia- 
tions for purchase of Lots 36 and 37 in Block 8 for 
use as a Ward yard (Nos. 4834-36 W. Kinzie st.). 

Ordinance, Passed 1600 

Appropriation for the purpose.. See 2287 

Diversey parkway: at s.w. cor. of N. Marshfield av. (See 
"Kuester & Riemer's Sub.", below.) 

Dumps : appropriations for the purchase or acquisition 

of land for dumps. See 2287, 2297 

Easements. (See the heading "Easements".) 

Education, Board of : sales, leases, etc. of school property. 
(For data, if any, see under the heading "Education. 
Board of".) 

Emery's Sub., W. %, S. E. Vi, S. E. Vi, S. E. Vi, Sec. 
6-38-14 : sale of Lots 4 and 5, together with frame 
improvements thereon (1642 W. 47th st.). Order 
(rejecting bids, referred April 12, 1922, p. 2387), 
Passed 711 

Erie st, E. Huron st., Lake Shore drive and McClurg 
ct. (territory bounded by). (See "Kinzie's Addn. to 
Chicago", below.) 

Fifty-seventh st. : at s. w. cor. of Princeton av. (See 
"School Trustees Sub." below.) 

Forty-seventh st. : premises No. 1642 W. (See "Emery's 
Sub.", above.) 

Funds derived from the sale of real estate : direction for 
segregation and for expenditure for other real estate 
only. Resolution, to Finance 1482 

Gale St., at n. e. cor. of Lester st. : purchase of the prem- 
ises for a police station site. Order, Passed 88 



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City property, leases, etc.: 

Gehr's (Samuel) Sub. of Blocks 23 and 24, Canal Trus- 
tees' Sub., Sec. 33-39-14 : payment for purchase of 
Lots 2,. 3, 6 and 7 in Block 1 of Hamburg for a po- 
lice and fire station (s. e. cor. W. 35th st. and Lowe 
av.) . Order, Passed 527 

Illinois St., west of the Municipal Pier : lease or sale or 
a certain strip of land southerly of E. Illinois st. 
10 the Illinois Supply Co. Order (referred June 
17, 1921, p. 421) , Filed . 25 

Kinzie's Addn. to Chicago, q.-e. deed to part of Lots 5 
and 6, County Clerk's Div. of unsubdivided accre- 
tions lying east of and adjoining unsubdivided parts 
of Blocks 43, 44 and 54, and accretions to Superior 
and Huron streets, and alleys in Blocks 43 and 44. 

Ordinance, to Railroads 1874 

Passed 2053 

Kinzie st. : premises Nos. 4834-36 W. (See under "Craft's 
Sub.", above.) 

Ivinzie st. bridge : lease of a parcel of land at the west 
end of bridge as a site for a watchman's house 
(Chicago & Northwestern Railway Co.). Order, 
Passed 1551 

Ku Klux Klan : in the matter of alleged use of municipal 
buildings for Klan initiation purposes. (See under 
the heading "Ku Klux Klan".) 

Kuester & Riemer's Sub. of n. 389.2 ft, N. E. %, N. E. 
Yi, S. E. %, Sec. 30-40-14: sale of Lot 28 and part 
of Lot 29 (s. w. cor. of Diversey parkway and N. 
Marshfield av.). Order (directing submission of 
an ordinance providing lor sale), to Finance 1409 

Lawndale (old contagious disease) hospital : report in 
connection with sale of site to the Commonwealth 

Edison Co. Order, Passed 1702-3 

Amended 1768 

Come. (Comr. of Health), Pub. and to .Pittance. 1930 

Municipal Pier: leases of docks, wharves, etc. (See under 
the heading "Municipal Pier".) 

Municipal Pier : tender of title to certain land west of 
the Pier in Section 10-29-14. (See under "Section 
10-29-14", below.) 

Occupancy (private) of public lands : appropriation for 
services of an attorney for litigation relating there- 
to. See S221 

"Parking" of automobile on City property: direction for 
an accounting by Ward Superintendents of moneys 
collected for the privilege. Order, Passed 572-3 

Plymouth pi. at s. e. cor. of W. Harrison st. : authority 
for contract for construction of a central police sta- 
tion and municipal court building, and appropria- 
tion for initial payment. Ordinance. Passed .... 708-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942-3 

Ordinance, Reconsidered and to Finance 1050 

Quit-claim deeds. (For data, if any, see the heading 
"Quit-claim deeds".) 

Real estate: authority for purchases during the Council 

vacation. Ordinance, Passed 711-12 

Riverside Drive in the City of Berwyn. (See "Circuit 
Court's Partition", above.) 

School lands. (See under the heading "Education, Board 
of.) 

School Trustees Sub., Sec. 16-38-14 : purchase of S. Vz 
of Lot 25 for use as a playground (s. w. cor. of W. 
57th st. and Princeton av.). Order (for an appro- 
priation) , Passed 1S16-17 

Ordinance (for negotiations), Passed 2148-9 

Appropriation for purchase. See 2282 

Section 10-29-14 : tender of title to land in the section 
west of the Municipal Pier for the erection of an 
engineers' armory. Ordinance, Passed 528 

Section 15-37-14 : revocation of appointment of Wm. A. 
Bither, and appointment of Frank S. Righeimer, as 
attorney-in-fact in connection with the initial reg- 
istration of title to the E. 2 chains of the W. 13.14 
chains of the S. 1.50 chains of the N. Si chains, W. 
V2, N. W. Yi, for the use of schools. Order, 
Passed 1535-6 

Section 25-39-12. (See "Circuit Court's Partition", 
above.) 

Stock Exchange Bldg. : renewal of lease of Rooms 437 
to 443 for the Board of Local Improvements. Or- 
der, Passed 1748-9 



City property, leases, etc.: 

Streets : leases for private use authorized by the Com. 
on Railroads, Industries and Compensation. (See 
under the names of the respective streets.) 

Subdivision of Lots 11 and 12 in Assessors' Division of 
Block 42. (See "Assessors' Division of Block 42", 
above.) 

Subdivision of N. 10% Acres, W. %, S. E. Yi, S. E. %, 
Sec. 13-39-13 : release of the City's claim of title to 
certain alleys in Blocks 1 and 2. Ordinance, 
Passed * 507-S 

Superior Court Comrs.' partition of west 1192 ft. of S. 
W. %, Sec. 35-39-12: payment of special assessments 
on Lot 4 to the Village of Brookfield. Ordinance, 
Passed 1243-4 

Surveys of public lands : appropriation for the purpose. 

See 2221 

Thirty-fifth St.: premises at s. e. cor. of Lowe a v. (See 
"Gehr's (Samuel) Sub.", above.) 

Vehicles owned or operated by the City : exemption from 
the provision for payment of a vehicle tax ; names of 
respective governmental agencies required to be paint- 
ed on vehicles ; provision for furnishing license plates 
and their affixing to vehicles. Report of news- 
paper publication. See 64 

(Ordinances passed March 29. 1922, p. 2377, and 
April 12, 1922, pp. 2443-4.) 

Wi'ightwood av. : between N. Ashland av. and Greenview 
av. (See "Assessors' Division of Block 42", above.) 

City Sealer. (See the heading "Weights and Measures, De- 
partment of".) 

City State Bank of Chicago: Deposits of City funds. (See 
under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

City Treasurer: 

Annual report for 19.21. Filed 179 

Appropriations (annual). See 2231-2 

Employes : 

Attorney for the City Treasurer : appropriation for 
salary. (See the appropriations for the City 
Treasurer, noted above.) 
Stenographers (junior) : authority for employment 

in lieu of junior clerks. Order, Passed 528-9 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Civik, A.: Removal of building. Order, Passed 168 

Civil Service Commission: 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2233-4 

Appropriations (supplementary) . See 705 

Card cabinets and stands : authority for purchase (Acme 

Card System Co.). Order, Passed 1602 

Employes : 

Attorney for the commission : appropriation for sal- 
ary. (See the appropriations for the Department 
of Law.) 
Examiner (principal) : provision for employment in 
lieu of a senior examiner, Amendment (to the 

Approp. Bill for 1923), to Finance 2365 

Overtime : authority for payment. Order, Passed 

1594 5 

Stenographer (principal) : authority for employment 
in lieu of a senior stenographer. Order, 

Passed 1154 

Stenographer (senior) : authority for employment in 
lieu of a junior stenographer. Order, Passed! 

•. . 715-16 

License investigation : authority for expenditures. Or- 
der, Passed S16-17 

Appropriation for the work. See 705 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 

Civil Service system : Political assessments : direction for 

an investigation of alleged political assessments levied on 

Civil Service employes. Resolution (referred June 23, 

1921, p. 502) , Filed 1352-3 

Cizek, Marie : Construction of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 2048 

Passed 2150 

Claremont av. : 

Opening of the street, from W. 91st st. to W. 95th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1699 



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Claremont av. : 

Paving, from Granville av. to Glenlake av. (See "Paving, 
from Ravenswood av. to N. Western av.. etc." under 
the heading "Granville av.") 
Water service pipes, between W. 91st st. and 300 ft. north 

of W. 90th st., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 582 

Water supply pipe, from Granville av. to Glenlake av. 

Order, Passed ,"292:! 

Water supply pipe, from W. 91st st. to 299 ft. north of 

W. 90th st. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Clarendon av. : Breakwater and sidewalks, from Lakeside 
pi. to Lawrence av. (suppl. spec, assess.). Ordinance, 

Deferred 2041 

Passed 2118-19 

Order (authorizing certain changes in contract 

for breakwater) (Paschen Brothers), Passed 2370 

Clarendon Beach. (See under "Bathing beaches, municipal" 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bath- 
ing Beaches, Bureau of".) 
, Clark, Albert C. : Vacation of Cary av. and an adjacent 

alley. (See the notations under "Cary av." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Clark, Charles D. : Vacation of W. 70th st. and adjacent 

alleys. (See the notations under "Seventieth st." under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Clark Coal Co.: Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 

Clark, D. M. : Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Clark, David W. : Auto-shed. Order. Passed 1806 

Clark, George W. : Driveways. Order, Passed 2038 

Clark, John S. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Clark Playground. (See under "Playgrounds" under the head 
ing "Parks. Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau 
of.) 
Clark st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Canopy at Nos. 133-35 N. (See under the heading "New- 
man, I. C") 
Canopy at n.w. cor. of W. Randolph st. (See under the 

heading "Hotel Sherman Co.") 
Clock (ornamental), at n.e. cor. of W. Monroe st. (See 
under the heading "First Trust & Savings Bank of 
Chicago".) 
Drains, between Devon av. and Edgewater av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2145 

Paving, from Devon a v. to Ridge av. (See the notations 
under "Widening, etc." under the heading "Ashland 
av.") 
Paving, from Ridge av. to Edgewater av. (See the no- 
tations under "Widening, etc." under the heading 
"Ashland av.") 
Projection over sidewalk at Nos. 500-02 N. : permission 

for maintenance. Order, Passed 1360 

Sidewalk, from Devon av. to Ridge av. (e. side), etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 251 

Sidewalk, from Irving Park boul. to Grace st. (n.e. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 121 

Sidewalk, from Ridge av. to Edgewater av. (e. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 251-2 

Sidewalks, from W. Schiller st. to W. Goethe st. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 2040 

Stairways connecting upper and lower levels of W. South 
Water st. (See the ordinance providing for the 
improvement of South Water St., noted under the 
heading "South Water st.") 
Stairway area at s.w. cor. of W. Superior st. (See under 
the heading "Bender, Charles".) 

Step in alley space at No. 408 N. Order, Passed 1473 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water meter at Nos. 3801-9 N. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 39 

Passed 562-3 

Water supply pipes (new), from Devon av. to Ridge av. 
(See the notations under "Widening, etc." under the 
heading "Ashland av.") 
Widening of sidewalk space, from Taylor st. to 55 
ft. south of W. 14th st. (e. side). Ordinance, 
Passed 1819 



Clark st. : 

Widening of the street, from Center st. to W. North 
av. : direction for action to bring about the improve- 
ment. Order, Passed J228 

Subject-matter, to B. L. 1 1299 

Widening of the street, from Devon av. to Edgewater av. 
(This is part of the project for the improvement of 
Ashland av. For data, see the notations under 
the heading "Ashland av.") 
Clausen, C. R. : Sign. Order, to Bldgs. 123s 

To S - & A 1296 

Passed 1920 

Claussenius, G. A. : Payment of overtime. Order, Passe'd.loSS 
Clay and clay products. (See the ordinance licensing 
brick and clay products yards, noted under the heading 
"Masons and masonry".) 

Clayson-Loring Co. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1049 

Clayton's Army Store: Sign. Order, Passed 2096 

('loaning plants : Change in regulations governing frontage 
consents in connection with the establishment of dry- 
cleaning plants. Ordinance, to Bldgs 2000 

Clemens, H. H. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Clemens, Reynolds : Driveway. Order, Passed 127 

Clerks of election. (For data, if any see under the heading 
"Election Commissioners, Board of".) 

Clesen, Anna C. : Claim. Order, Passed 622 

Cleveland av. : Water meter at No. 1947 : removal. Or- 
der, to Finance 49^ 

Filed ! . 1115 

Cleveland, Chester E. : 

Telephone-rate litigation : repeal of the ordinance, passed 
May 3, 1920, fixing rate as special counsel. Or- 
dinance (referred July S, 1921, p. 709), Filed 25 

Traction litigation : repeal of the ordinance, passed May 
3, 1920, fixing rate as special counsel. Ordinance 

(referred July 8, 1921, pp. 708-9), Filed 25 

Clifton av. : 

Loading platform, west of Kingsbury st. (See under 

the heading "Mid-West Box Co.") 
Sewer, from Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc. ("Broadway 
sewer system"). Recom., Est. and Ordinance (for 

a suppl. special assess.), Pub. and to S. & A 1066-8 

Filed 1354 

[Kecom., Est. and Ordinance (for the improve- 
ment), published and referred June 30, 1920, 
pp. 729-36.] 
Order (directing the Bd. of Local Improvements 
to withhold construction work pending disposition 
of the matter before the Com. on Streets and Alleys), 

Passed 1362 

Resolution (requesting application for the vaca- 
tion of orders entered and for the dismissal of pe- 
tition for confirmation of assessment, and direction 
for submission of a repealing ordinance), to S. & A. 1362-3 

Adapted 1491 

Sewer (intercepting), from Lawrence av. to 30 ft. south. 
(See "Intercepting sewer, etc." under the heading 
"Sanitary District of Chicago, The".) 
Clifton, Mrs. Harry : Raising of roof on building. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1319 

Filed 1532 

Cline, Harry J.: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Clinnin, John V. : Request for suitable community cele- 
brations in observance of Independence Day. Come, 

to Finance 2 

Resolution (directing the appointment of a commit- 
tee) , Adopted 735 

Clinton st. : • 

Fire at W. Jackson boul. : direction for the submission of 
a comprehensive report concerning the causes, etc. 
Order (referred March 15, 1922, p. 2280), Filed. .1352-3 
Loading platform at Nos. 110-12 S. (See under the head- 
ing "Magie Brothers"). 
Paving, from W. Harrison st. to W. Roosevelt road. 

Recom., Est. and- Ordinance, Pub. and to S. & A.. .1836-41 
(Journal corrected, pp. 1899-1900.) 

Ordinance, Passed 2214 

Widening of the street, from W. Harrison st. to W. 
Roosevelt road : direction for proceeding with the 

work. Order, Passed 1420 

Appropriation for preliminary expense. See 2262 

Clock signs in sidewalk space. (See under the respective 
streets and alleys, and under the names of particular 
individuals, etc.) 



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Clothing, wearing apparel, etc. : Second-hand clothes. (See 

under the heading "Second-hand dealers and second-hand 
stores".) 
Clow (James B.) & Sons : 

Loading platform. Ordinance, Passed 515-16 

Acceptance and bond. See 941-2 

Valve boxes : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1377 

Club Service Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed 2141 

Clybourn Wool Scouring Co. : Loading platform. Ordi- 
nance, to S. & A 116 

Passed 899-900 

Acceptance and bond. See 1179-80 

Clyde av. : 

Paving, from E. 83rd st. to South Chicago av., etc. (sys- 
tem). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 

S. & A 198-203 

Ordinance, Passed 842 

Paving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. (See "Paving, 
from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st., etc." under the 
heading "Paxton av.") 
Paving, at the intersection of E. 71st st. (See "Paving, 
from Stony Island av. to Yates av., etc." under the 
heading "Seventy-first st.") 
Water supply pipe, from E. 72nd st. to E. 71st st. 

Order, Passed 682-3 

Cmund, B. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs 1316 

Passed 1483 

Coal, charcoal and coke : 

Cobham Process and Mechanical Application for re-using 
the waste heat and hydrocarbon gases in the com- 
bustion of coal : suggestion for a test of the pro- 
cess. Come. (Col. F. P. Cobham), to High Costs. 944 
Committee to investigate increases in prices of coal : 
direction for appointment. Resolution, to High 

Costs m 935 

Delivery in the "loop" district : prohibition against de- 
livery of fuel during certain hours. Order, to 

Judiciary 1820 

Distribution stations : in the matter of establishment 
for the sale of coal at a fair price. Come. (Great 

Eastern Coal Co., Inc.), to High Costs 944 

Purchase of coal by the City for sale in small quantities : 
direction for an appropriation of $100,000 for the 

purpose. Order, to Finance 935-6 

Storage of coal in buildings : regulations changed. Or- 
dinance (see p. 165), Passed 141-66 

Coal-holes in street or sidewalk space. (See under the re- 
spective streets and alleys, and under the names of par- 
ticular individuals, etc. For miscellaneous data, if 
any, see under "Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, 
etc." under the heading "Streets".) 
Cobham, Col. F. P. : Suggestion for a test of the Cobham 

Process and Mechanical Application for re-using the waste 
heat and hydrocarbon gases in the combustion of coal. 

Come, to High Costs 944 

Coca Cola Co. : 

Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Vacation of alleys in Twelfth Street Land Assn.'s Sub. 
(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Coen, Bridget : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 716 

Coffee houses or ordinaries : 

Beverage dealers (retail) conducting coffee houses or 
ordinaries. (See the notations under "Retail bever- 
age dealers" under the heading "Beverages".) 
Check-stands in restaurants, etc. (See the heading 

"Check-stands".) 
Chicago Municipal Code of 1922, The : direction for certain 
changes to be embodied in the proposed codification 
of City Ordinances (exemption, from license require- 
ment, of firms or corporations serving employes only 
at cost prices and of schools of domestic science not 
operated for profit ; decrease in the minimum fee for 
Class I establishments : requirement for but one 
license by establishments also doing business as re- 
tail beverage dealers and public places of amuse- 
ment). Order, Passed 529-30 

Menu cards, etc. : prohibition against using foreign lan- 
guages in describing food listed. Order, to High 

Costs 659 

Merchandise stores (retail) conducting coffee houses or 
ordinaries. (See the notations under the heading 
"Merchandise stores".) 
Coffey, K. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. .... 580 
Passed 888-9 



Cohen, Lawrence A. : Employment, and rate of compensa- 
tion fixed, as special counsel in matters relating to rates 
of compensation paid experts by the City. Ordinance 

(referred July 8, 1921, p. 746), Filed 25 

Cohen, Louis : Sign. Order, Passed 1044 

Cohen, Sam : Vacation of part of an alley in Nutt's Sub. 

(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Conn, Eva : Risers and basement entrance in sidewalk 

space. Order, Passed 1307 

Cohn, J.: Sign (tank). Order, Passed 1806 

Cohn, Sophia : Claim. Filed 1797 

Colby Garage : Driveway. Order, Passed 45 

Colby (John A.) & Sons: Loading platform. Ordinance, 

to 8. <£- A 105 

Passed 2154-5 

Cole, John M. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1314 

Cole Storage Battery Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed. ■ 844 

Colek, Joseph: Erection of building. Order, Passed. . .852-3 
Coleman, Nathan M. : Temporary office building. Order, 

Passed 168 ' 

Coles av. : Resurfacing of the street, from South Shore 

drive to E. 75th st. Order, to Finance 236 

Passed 745 

Colfax av. : Opening of the street across the B., P. & C. 

R. R. : direction for institution of condemnation proceed- 
ings. Order, to B. L. J 1470 

Coliopolous, George : Sign. Order, to Bldgs 248 

Colitz, B. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1406 

Collector, City. (See the heading "City Collector".) 

Collins, E. W. : Claim. To Finance 1987 

Collins, Helen : Driveway. Order, Passed 1004 

Collins, Thomas: Driveway. Order, Passed 1004 

Collins, (W. P.) & Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 999 

Colnon, John E. : Appropriation for the payment of judg- 
ment against the City. See 2231 

Colonial Oil Co. : Claims. Filed 624-5 

To Finance 1992 

Colonial Specialties Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1360 

Colorado Auto Sales Co. : Gasoline tank . and pump. 

Order, to G., O. & E. L 1687 

Filed " 1864 

Columbia Ice & Ice Cream Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 856 

Columbia Printing Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 1070 

Columbia Shoe Repairing Co.: Sign. Order, Passed. .1311 

Columbia State Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Columbian Bank Note Co. : 

Bonds : printing for the City. Order, Passed 550-1 

Street car transportation books : printing for the City. 

Orders, Passed 90-1, 1725 

Columbus Extension Hospital : Free permit for opening of 

street. Order, Passed 117 

Columbus Memorial Hospital: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Colvin, Joseph N. : Driveway (permission to Joseph N. 

Colvin and Robert E. Barbee). Order, Passed 1238 

Comfort Mfg. Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1300 

Comfort Station Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Comfort stations, public. (See under the heading "Health, 

Dept. of".) 
Commerce Commission, Illinois. (See under the heading 

"Illinois, State of".) 
Commerce Petroleum Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed. . .1302 
Commercial av. : Water meter at No. 8805 : removal. 

Order, to Finance 1870 

Commercial districts. (See the heading "Zoning system.") 
Commercial Lumber Co. : Shed. Order, to Bldgs 481 

Passed 821 

Commercial Stationery and Loose Leaf Co., The : Sign. 

Order, Passed 1300 

Committee-rooms. (For data, if any, see under "City Hall" 

under the heading "City Hall, Bureau of".) 
Committees of the City Council. (For general data, see 

"Committees" under the heading "City Council". For 

matters relating to particular committees, see the notations 

under the names of the respective committees.) 
Common Council. (See the heading "City Council".) 
Commonwealth Edison Co. (Se"e under the heading "Electric 

light and power".) 
Community Center and Chicago "Urban League : Street fes- 
tival. Order, Passed 845 

Community Service Station : Driveways. Order, Passed.2195 



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45 



Community State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See un- 

der the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Community Trust and Realty Co. : Maintenance of build- 
ing. Order, Passed 2036 

Compensation, Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2276 

Compensation investigator : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 1654-5 

Stenographer (junior) : authority for employment. Or- 
der, Passed 1653-4 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

•'Comprehensive Ordinance" providing for municipal operation 
and ownership of local transportation facilities. (See 
"Municipal operation, etc." under the heading "Local 
transportation".) 

Compton, Carl : Apartment building. Order, to Bldgs.. 646 
Filed 826 

Comptroller, City. (See the heading "City Comptroller".) 

Comptroller's Capital Account. (For data, if any, see "Capital 
accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 

Concealed Weapons. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Weapons".) 

Condemnation proceedings. (For data, if any, see under the 
heading "Special assessments, special taxation, etc.") 

Conduits. (For conduits at particular locations, see under 
the respective streets and alleys and under the names of 
particular individuals, etc.) 

Conghenour, R. S. : Alterations to porch. Order, 

Passed 1817 

Congregation Dorsba Tov : Addition to balcony in church 

building. Order, Paused 1992 

Congregation Kehilath Anshe Mayriv : Free permit for 

erection of synagogue building. Order, Passed 1802 

Congregation Kehillath Ansch Mayrev : Free permits for 

water and sewer connections. Order, Passed 2190 

Congregation of Our Lady of Pompeii Church : Free per- 
mits. Order, Passed 2094 

Congregation St. Rocco Modugno : Stands for street car- 
nival. Order, Passed '. 489 

Congress st. : 

Loading platform, east of S. Kilpatrick av. (See under 

the heading "Belden Mfg. Co.") 
Scale in the roadway, adjoining No. 1107 W. (See under 

the heading "Moody & Waters Co.") 
Switch track over and across the street, east of S. Kil- 
patrick av. (See under the heading "Belden Mfg. 
Co.") 
Tunnel in and across the street, between S. Hermitage 
av. and S. Wood st. (See under the heading "Pres- 
byterian Hospital of Chicago, The".) 

Conklin, O. B. : Driveway. Order, Passed 252 

Connell, Edward F. : Maintenance of frame sheds. Or- 
der to Bldgs 1368 

Passed 1484 

Connersville Blower Co. : Sale of an air pump to the 

City. Order, Passed 92 

Connors, W. J. : Proposals for the privileges of conducting 
the catering and dancing concessions on the Municipal 
Pier during the seasons of 1922 to 1926. Bids, to 

Railroads 605 

Rejected 820 

Conrad, Richard : Building. Order, to Bldgs 499 

Filed 1676-7 

Conroy Boiler and Tank Works : Sale of steel stack and 

boiler connections to the City. Order, Passed 1604 

Conroyd, M. J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 115 

Constance av. : 

Building (three-story), at s.e. cor. of E. 72nd st. : per- 
mission for construction. Order, to Bldgs 1805 

Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 85th st. (See "Paving, 
from E. 83rd st. to E. 85th St., etc." under the 
heading "East End av.") 
Paving, from 128 ft. south of E. 71st st. to 100 ft. 
north of E. 71st st. (See "Paving, from Stony 
Island av. to Yates av., etc." under the heading 
"Seventy-first st.") 
Sewer, from E. 90th st. to E. 87th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 2093 

Constitution of the State. (See under the heading "Illinois, 
State of".) 



Constitution of the United States. (For data, if any, sec 
under the heading "United States- Government".) 

Constitutional Convention matters. (See under the heading 
"Illinois, State of".) 

Construction Division. (See the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 

Construction Division Capital Account (Bureau of Engineer- 
ing). (For data, if any, see "Capital accounts" under 
the heading "Finance".) 

Consumers Company : 

Boundary-line agreements with the City of Chicago affect- 
ing lands on the shore of Lake Calumet. Amend- 
atory Ordinance (North Tract), Passed 478 

Amendatory Ordinance (South Tract), Passed.. 478 
Report of newspaper publication. See.... 681 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1409-10 

Lease of space in W. 58th pi. and adjacent alley. See. . . .1672 

Lease of space in Prairie av. See 1115 

Switch tracks. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Contagious Disease Hospital Bond Fund. (For data, if any. 
see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Contagious Disease Hospital, Municipal. (See under the head- 
ing "Health, Dept. of".) 

Containers for inflammable liquids. (For data, if any, see 
under the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 

Continental & Commercial National Bank of Chicago : De- 

posits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and 
banking".) 

Continental and Commercial Trust and Savings Bank : De- 
posits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and 
banking".) 

Continental Paper Grading Co. : Loading platform. Or- 
der, to 8. & A 1873 

Ordinance, Passed '. 2057-8 

Contractors' Service Corporation : Driveways. Orders, 

Passed 1589, 1691 

Contractors' supplies : Sale at retail by hardware stores. 

(See the ordinance licensing and regulating, noted under 
the heading "Hardware stores".) 

Contracts and contractors : 

Paving of streets by private contract. (For general data, 
if any, see under "Paving of streets" under the bead- 
ing "Streets".) 
Sewers and drains constructed by private contract. (For 
general data, if any, see under the heading "Sewers".) 
Sidewalks laid by private contract. (For general data, 
if any, see under the heading "Sidewalks".) 

Conway, J. : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Conway, Jerry : Claim. To Finance 124 

Conway (R. F.) Co. : 

Claim. Amendatory Order, Passed 530 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Cook County: 

Assessors, Board of : in the matter of the submission of 
a statement showing the assessed and the full valua- 
tion of all property as determined by the Board 
since its creation. (See "Valuations, etc." under 
the heading "Taxation and taxes".) 

Chicago Municipal Code of 1922, The : presentation of 
copies to certain County officials. Resolution, 
Adopted 1991 

Coroner : recommendation of a Coroner's jury for changes 
at the Sheffield av. street railway terminal in con- 
nection with the death of Doris Harriet Skogsberg. 
Conic, to Local Trans 178 

Coroner : recommendation for equipment of all bridge 
tenders' houses with grappling hooks, in the case 
of death by drowning of Thedore Chruscial. Or- 
der, Passed 479-80 

Coroner : recommendation for certain changes in the is- 
suance of vehicle licenses for the purpose of curb- 
ing reckless driving. Come, to Police 1567 

Coroner : recommendation that the sale of fire-arms be 
prohibited to other than householders. Come, to 
Police 1428 

County Building : direction for co-operation of City and 
County officials in the renumbering of offices in the 
County Building and City Hall. Order, Passed.. 2162 

Forest Preserve District : free use of City water at the 

Edgebrook Golf Grounds. Order, to Finance 116 

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Cook County: 

Heating and power plant (joint) for the County Building 
and City Hall. Come, from the Pres. of the 

County Board (recommending adoption of a plan), 

to Efficiency 1636-7 

Report of the Com. on Efficiency (recommending 
the sale of steam from, the City Hall heating plant 
to the County and transmitting a Bill for enabling 
legislation, an ordinance authorizing a contract and 
sundry communications), Pub. and to Finance. .. .2137-41 
Jail : appointment of a commission to proffer the tem- 
porary use of the John Worthy School and a portion 
of the Bridewell for jail purposes. Resolution, 

Adopted 1223-4 

Jail : direction for an investigation of the jail and the 
feasibility of the use of a part of the proposed new 
Criminal Court building for a jail. Resolution 

(referred June 3, 1921, p. 328), Filed 1677-8 

Jail : direction for consideration of the matter of selecting 
a central location for establishment of buildings to 
house sundry police activities, the Municipal Court, 

the County Jail, etc. Resolution, Adopted 1870 

Jail : in the matter of the use of the John Worthy 
School for the housing of men and boy prisoners, and 
the establishment of a women's detention home and 
Morals Court in the old Juvenile Detention Home and 
school building on Gilpin pi. and S. Halsted st. 

Resolution, Adopted 2093 

Jail : negotations for lease of space at the House of 
Correction for the confinement of county prisoners. 

Order, Passed 1416-17 

Review, Board of : in the matter of the submission of 
a statement showing the assessed and the full valua- 
tion of all property as determined by the Board since 
its creation. (See "Valuations, etc." under the head- 
ing "Taxation and taxes".) 
State's Attorney : recommendation for the employment of 
an additional 1000 police patrolmen. Come, Pub. 

and Filed 174-5 

State's Attorney : in the matter of a controversy with 
the Supt. of Police. (See "Administration, etc." 
under the heading "Police, Department of".) 
Cook County Association of American Legion Posts : Ban- 
ner. Order, Passed 1126 

Cook County Real Estate Board : Protest against the ex- 
penditure of moneys in the "traction funds" for the 

building of subways. Come, to Local Trans 2121-2 

Cook, E. L. : Shed. Order, Passed 2038 

Cook, Hugo : Alterations in building. Order. Passed . . . 1876 

Cook, Jerome T. : Claim. To Finance 1803 

Cook (John) & Sons, Inc.: Claim. Filed 1115 

Cooney, John J. : Vacation of part of an alley in George 
A. Chambers' Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 

Cooper, Archie : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Cooper, I. : Sign. Order, Passed 1048 

Cooper, Paul W. : Proposal for the privilege of conducting 
the dancing concession on the Municipal Pier during the 

seasons of 1922 to 1926. Bid, to Railroads 605 

Rejected 820 

Cooper, William W. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 1012 

Pilling station. Order, Passed 1012 

Co-operative League of Chicago: Tag day. (See under the 
heading "Tag days".) 

Coovling, Frank : Driveway. Order, Passed 883 

Corbett, F. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 254 

Corbett, Fred: 

Sewer connections. Order, Passed 1028 

Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, Passed 1028 

Corcoran. Anna: Claim. Order, Passed 1070 

Corkell, Daniel : 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 1313-14, 1629 

Sign. Order, Passed 1881 

f'orley, William P. : Maintenance of addition to shed. 

Order, to BMfjs 1309 

Passed 1484 

Corn, Morris : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Cornelia av. : 

Sewer, from Rokeby st. to Elaine pi. (See "Sewer, from 

Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc.", under the heading 

"Clifton av."). 



Cornelia a v. : 

Water supply pipe, from N. Central av. to 376 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed ' 682-3 

Water supply pipe, from 51 ft. east of N. Menard av. to 

49 ft. west of N. Major av. Order, Passed 2123 

Cornell av. : 

Paving, from 100 ft. north of E. 71st st. to 128 ft. 
south of E. 71st st. (See "Paving, from Stony 
Island av. to Yates av., etc." under the heading 
"Seventy-first St.") 
Tunnel under and across the street, north of E. 56th st. 
(See under the heading "Windermere Co., The".) 

Cornell. Edward L. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 181T 

Cornell, John : Building. Order, to Bldgs 572 

Passed 1755 

Cornell (Paul) estate: Driveway. Order, Passed . ...1220 
Cornell st. : Switch track in and along the street, west of 

N. Sangamon st. (See under "Chicago Mill and Lumber 
Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Coroner of Cook County. (See under the heading "Cook 

County".) 
Corporate Purposes Fund. (See under the heading "Finance".) 
Corporation Counsel. (See the heading "Law, Department 

of".) 
Correction. House of. (See the heading "House of Correc- 
tion".) 

Corrigan, Joseph P.: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Corsiglia, Gustave : Water from fire hydrant. Order, 

Passed 654 

Cortland st. : Vacation of the street. (See under the 

'heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Cosmopolitan State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Costello, John J. : Commendation for bravery during 1921. 

See 465 

Costello, Joseph : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Jildgs 1413 

Passed 1610 

Costello, Thomas : Claim. To Finance ' 2038 

Costopoulos, Peter: Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Cottage Cheese Supply Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed ■ 115 
Cottage Grove av. : 

Canopy, at s.w. cor. of E. 64th st. (See under the head- 
ing "Garden Building Corp.") 
Canopy, at s.e. cor. of E. 62nd st. (See under the head- 
ing "Karzas, Andrew".) 
Canopy, at Nos. 7336-44. (See under the heading "Na- 
tional Theatres Corp.") 
Repair of the roadway under the elevation at E. 103rd st. 

(Illinois Central R. R. Co.). Order, Passed 2143 

Tank and pump (gasoline), at Nos. 3863-65. (See under 
the heading "Wilson Bros. Paint & Hardware Co.") 

Cotte, Louis J.: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1727-8 

Cotter, James D. : Award of Lambert Tree Medal for 1921. 

See 464 

Coughlin, John J.: Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 
Council Chamber. (For data, if any, see under "City Hall" 

under the heading "City Hall, Bureau of".) 
Council, City. (See the heading "City Council".) 
"Country roads". (For data, if any, see "Through route 
streets", noted under "Vehicle Tax Fund" under the 
heading "Finance".) 
Coverdale, A. L. : Showcases in sidewalk space. Order, 

Passed 1127 

Coyle av. : 

Paving, from N. California av. to N. Western av. (See 
"Paving, from N. California av. to N. Western av., 
etc." under the heading "Lunt av.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from N. California av. to 180 ft. east- 
ward. Order, Passed 1267 : 8 

Water supply pipe, from N. Western av. to 276 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Coyle, Frank J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Cragin State Bank : Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Crandon av. : 

Drains, between E. 93rd st- and E. 94th st. Ordinance, 

Passed '. 110 

Paving, from E. 83rd st. to South Chicago av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from E. 83rd st. to South Chicago av., etc." un- 
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Crandon av. : 

Paving, from E. 93rd st. to E. 94th st. Ordinance (de- 

ferred March 29, 1922, p. :2358), Recommitted to B. 

h. I. 2343 

Paving, at the intersection of E. 71st st. (See "Paving, 
from Stony Island av. to Yates av., etc." under the 
heading "Seventy-first st."; 
"Water service pipes, between E. 93rd st. and E. 94th St. 

Ordinance, Passed , 110-11 

Water supply pipe, from E. 85th st. to South Chicago av. 

" Order, Passed 1062-5 

Crane Co.: Coal chute. Ordinance, to 8; rf .1 1465 

Passed 1614-15 

Acceptance and bond. See 1713 

Crawford av. : 

Bridge across the Illinois and Michigan Canal. (See un- 
der "Bridges and viaducts" under the heading "En- 
gineering, Bureau of".) 
Restoration of pavement at Devon av. : payment for the 

work. Order, Passed 735 

Sewer, from the Drainage Canal to W. 71st st. : ease- 
ment from the C. & A. R. R. Co. for construction. 

Ordinance, Passed 1000-1 

Shed and store room, between Gladys av. and W. Jack- 
son boul. : direction for removal. Order, Passed. 36 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 3354 N. (See under 

the heading "Milford Garage".) 
Water meter at No. 1521 S. : removal. Order, to Fin- 
ance 137 

Passed 563 

Water meter at No. 2858 S. : removal. Order, to Fin- 
ance 137 

Passed 562 

Crawford, Gertrude : Settlement of claim against the City 

arising out of the race riots. Order, Passed 1624 

Crawford-McLean Filling Station : Driveways. Order, 

Passed 501 

Crawford State Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Cream. (For data, if any, see "Milk and cream" under the 
heading "Foods and food products".) 

Creen. James : Driveway. Order, Passed 875 

Cregier av. : Paving, from E. 71st st. to 100 ft. north. 
(See "Paving, from Stony Island av. to Yates av.-, etc." 
under the heading "Seventy-first st.") 
Crescent pi. : Sewer, from Sheridan road to Clarendon av. 
(See "Sewer, from Lawrence a v. to Broadway, etc." un- 
der the heading "Clifton av.") 
Cribs. (For data, if any, see under "Water system" under 

the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Crime Commission, Chicago. (See the heading "Chicago Crime 
Commission".) 

Crimes and criminals: 

Bomb throwing : direction for an appropriation of 525,000 
for the conduct of investigations and the apprehen- 
sion of perpetrators. Subject-matter (referred May 
13, 1921, p. 1S2), Filed 898 

Burglar alarm bells, electric. (See under the heading 
"Electric light and power".) 

Crime commission : in the matter of the appointment of a 
commission to be composed of members of the Com. 
on Police and Municipal Courts. Resolution (re- 
ferred Dec. 29, 1920, p. 1478), Filed 1677-8 

Concealed weapons : in the matter of arrests prosecu- 
tions, etc. (See under the heading "Weapons".) 

Prevention (Crime), Bureau of: in the matter of the 
creation of a bureau in the Dept. of Police. Or- 
der (referred Nov. 10, 1920. p. 998), Filed 1677-8 

Memo, (referred March 11, 1921, p. 1933), Filed 
1677-8 

Prisoners in the custody of the Police Dept. : in the mat- 
ter of alleged mistreatment. (See the notations un- 
der "Prisoners" under the heading "Police Depart- 
ment of".) 
Safe-blowers : direction for an investigation, etc.. of the. 
sale and distribution of explosives used by safe- 
blowers. Order, Passed 1697 

Crippen, Stuart S. : Claim. To Finance 1629 

Crittenton (Florence) Anchorage: Tag day. (See under 

the heading "Tag days".) 
Crofts & Reed Co.: Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 



Crosman, Ralph : . Raising of roof of building. Order, 

to Bldgs 2100 

Passed 2 378 

Cross, Mary J.: Maintenance of shed. Order, Passed.. 997 
Crothers, Lillian P. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bl *0* '. . .1231 

Poised 1380o 

Croucher, George: Driveway. Order. Passed 865 

Crowe, Dorsey R. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Crumb, William : Telephone-rate litigation : repeal of the 
ordinance, passed May 3, 1920, fixing rate as engineer. 

Ordinance (referred July 8, 1921, p. 709), Filed OS 

Crystal st. : Water supply pipe, from N. Long av. to 72 ft. 

eastward. Order, Passed 64-5 

Culberg, S. : Claim. Filed ills 

Cullen (Geo. P.), Inc.: Installation of concrete bases and 

sandstone paving on City's portion of the east approach 

to the Harrison st. bridge. Order, Passed 534 

Cullen, Thomas: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1733 

Passed 2150-1 

Cullerton, John F. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 
Cullerton st. : 

Frame shed at No. 967 W. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, Passed 1993 

Water meter at No. 1859: removal. Order, to Finance 

1990 

Cullnan, Daniel: Claim. Order. Passed 1512-14 

Cullom av. : 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from N. Kedzie av. to Kim- 
ball av. Order, Passed 2362-3 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 

Cullom, F. : Addition to building. Order. Passed 878 

Cummings (T. A.) Foundry Co. : 

Hydrant and valve castings : sale to the City. Order, 

Passed 535 

Castings : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1325-6 

Manhole lids: sale to the City. Order, Passed 1725 

Cummings (W. F.) vs. City of Chicago. Demand and no- 
tice with reference to a judgment in the case. Come. 
(Carpenter, Brannan & Reynolds), Pub. and to Finance. 1930 
Cummins Perforator Co. : Sale of a perforating machine 

to the City. Order, Passed •. . . 1514 

Cuneo, Frank: Canopy. Order, Passed 1229-30 

Cunningham, Walter F. : Q-c. deed of the City's interest 
in certain property acquired through tax sales. (See 
under the heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 
"Curfew" ordinance. (See under the heading "Minors".) 
Current expenses of the City departments, bureaus, etc. : au- 
thority for payment prior to the passage of the annual 
Appropriation Bills. (For data, if any, see under the 
heading "Appropriations".) 
Curtin, Thomas F. : Advancement to rank of second-class 
patrolman for meritorious services. Come. (Supt. of 

Police), Pub 2159 

Order, Passed S15P 

Curtis-Johnson Printing Co. : Signs. Order, to Bldgs . . 487 

Curtis st. : Loading platform (with ramps) at n. e. cor. 
of Fulton st. (See under the heading "Weinberg Bros. 
& Co.") 
Cutlery : Sale at retail by hardware stores. ( See the or- 
dinance licensing and regulating, noted under the head- 
ing "Hardware stores".) 
Cuyler av. : 

Paving, from Southport av. to Greenview av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2097 

Sidewalk, from N. Kilpatrick av. to N. Cicero av. (s. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 255-6 

Water supply pipe, from Laportc av. to 235 ft. east. 

Order, Passed 40 

lyrlone Fence Co. : Construction of fence and gates for the 

City. Order, Passed 1249 

Cypress St.: Name (new) for the street. (See under the 
heading "Street nomenclature".) 

Cyrenius, William G. : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Cywinski, Ed. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Czocbnnski. M. : Maintenance of shed. Order, Passed.. 117 



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D. 



Dabbert, B. J. : Tapping- of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1028 

Dahlberg, Gotthard A. : Payment for services rendered in 

connection with the straightening of the South Branch 

of the Chicago River. Order, Passed 1751 

Dahlgren, F. G. : Driveways. Order, Passed 2045 

Dahme, Geo. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1232 

Daisy Leaf Improvement Club : Street festival. Order, 

Passed 869 

Dabin st. : 

Paving, from N. Lockwood av. to N. Central av. (See 
"Paving, from N. Laramie av. to N. Central av.. 
etc." under the heading "Byron St.") 

Sewer, from N. Central av. to N. Linder av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1235 

Sewer, from Sheridan road to Rokeby st. (See "Sewer, 
from Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." under the 
heading "Clifton av.") 

Water supply pipe, from 300 ft. west of N. Meade av. to 

N. Melvina av. Order, Passed 1267-S 

Daley, Clarence M. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Dallahan, H. L. : Claim. Order, Passed 96 

Dallianis Bros.: Frame building. Order, Passed 1149 

Dalton, Martin J.: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Daly Brothers : Claim. To Finance 1737 

Danish Lutheran Orphans' Home: Tag day. (See under 

the heading "Tag days".) 
Danish Old Peoples Home: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 

Danker, Jacob : Claims. To Finance 1913 

Dann, A. E. : Claim. To Finance 2091 

Danna, James: Maintenance of shed. Order, Passed.. 246 

Dannis, Theodore : Claim. Order, Passed 1787-8 

Dante av. : Water supply pipe, from E. 83rd st to E. 84th 

st. Order, Passed 1267-8 

Darwin terrace: Vacation of the street. (See under the 

heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Dashiell Motor Co. : Sale of an automobile truck to the 

City. Order, Passed 22 

Amended 543 

Dass, Augusta : Alterations in building. Order, Passed.lil0-ll 
Daughters of the American Revolution : Request for use 

of historical names in the renaming of Chicago's streets. 

Come, to 8. & A 2122 

Daughters of Jacob South Side Day and Night Nursery : 

Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Daughters of Zion Jewish Day Nursery and Infant Home 

(Junior Auxiliary) : Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 
Davidson, C. W. : 

Payment for services rendered the City as a building ex- 
pert in street improvement matters. Order, Passed.48-9 

Payment of compensation as a building expert in con- 
nection with the Ashland av. improvement. Or- 
der, Passed 734 

Davis, Edwin S. : Resignation as a member of the Board 

of Education. (See the notations under "Resignations, 

etc." under the heading "Education, Board of".) 
Davis, J. W. : Addition to building. Order, Passed .... 1993 

Davis, M. C. : Claim. Order, Passed 1595 

Davis Watkins Dairy Manufacturing Co. : Claim. To 

Finance 1730 

Davis (Will J.), Jr.: Driveways: Order, Passed 1361 

Davis, Wm. A. : Driveways. (See under the heading 

"Shire, John H.") 

Dawes, E. L. Claim. To Finance 1730 

"Daylight saving" plan. (See under the heading "Standard 

Time".) 
Deadly weapons. (See the heading "Weapons".) 
Dearborn st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 

Canopies at Nos. 170-186 N. (See under the heading 
"Selwyn Theatre Corp.") 

Canopy at Nos. 510-12 N. (See under the heading "State 
Bank of Chicago".) 

Clock (ornamental), at n.w. cor. of W. Monroe st. (See 
under the heading "First Trust & Savings Bank 
of Chicago".) 



Dearborn st. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, from W. 47th st. to W. 

49th st. Order, Passed 873 

Risers in sidewalk space, at n.w. cor. of W. 19th st. (See 

under the heading "Ruprecht, Martha A.") 
Riser in sidewalk space, at No. 2018 S. (See under the 

heading "Schintz, Martha C") 
Stairways connecting upper and lower levels of W. South 
Water st. (See the ordinance providing for the im- 
provement of South Water st., noted under the head- 
ing "South Water St.") 
Dearlove, Geo. M. : Driveway. Order. Passed 36 

Deaths : 

Alwart, Frederick W. : ex-Alderman. Resolution, 

Adopted 1540-41 

Anson, Adrian C. : ex-City Clerk. Resolution, Adopted. 137 
Baldwin, A. Stuart : Vice-President of the I. C. R. R. Co. 

Resolution, Adopted 846 

Bradley, John J. : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted.l237-S 
Cannon, John C. : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted. 2362 
Firemen killed in the line of duty : in the matter of pro- 
vision for relief to widows and other dependents. 
(For data, if any, see the items listed under the 
heading "Insurance".) 
Geiger, Ellis : ex-Alderman. Acknowledgment (of testi- 
monial), Pub. and Filed 943 

Kowalski, August J. : ex-Alderman. Resolution. 

Adopted 1135 

Mann, James R. : ex-Alderman and Congressman. Reso- 
lution, Adopted 1469 

Neagle, John F. : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted. 36 
Parker, William R. : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted. Vl'IVs 
Policemen killed in the line of duty : in the matter of 
provision for relief to widows and other dependents. 
(For data, if any, see the items listed under the 
heading "Insurance".) 
Ruxton, Jonathan : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted. 1704 
Small, Mrs. Ida : wife of the Governor of the State of 

Illinois. Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and Filed.. 677 

Resolution, Adopted 678 

Committee appointed. See 678 

Acknowledgment (of testimonial), Pub. and Filed 943 
Swift, Joseph A. : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted.1997-8 
Young, Linn H. : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted. . .1307 

Debofsky, Ida : Driveways. Order, Passed 481 

Decoration Day. (For data, if any, see the heading "Memorial 

Day".) 
Dedications of land for street purposes. (See the notations 
under "Opening of new streets" under the heading 
"Streets" ; see also the notations under "Opening" and 
"Widening" under the names of particular streets ; see 
also the provisions of the various ordinances noted un- 
der the headings "Vacations of streets" and "Vacations 
of alleys".) 

Dedick, Otto : Dormer window. Order, Passed 51 

Dee (William E.) Co. : 

Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Driveways. Order, Passed 582 

Manhole curbs, "oases and lids : sale to the City. Order, 

Passed 1376 

Degnan, John: Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Degolanza, Dominick : Claim. Filed -.1797 

DeGrazia, John : Sign. Order, Passed 1687 

De Groot, Mrs. Bernard: Driveway. Order, Passed. .. .2146 
DeKoker (John) & Sons : Steel beam across alley. Or- 
dinance, to S. & A 1145 

Passed 1615-16 

Acceptance and bond. See 2064 

Delaney, Jeremiah J. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Delco Lunch Co. : Proposals for the privileges of conduct- 
ing the catering and dancing concessions on the Muni- 
cipal Pier during the seasons of 1922 to 1926. Bids, 

to Railroads 625 

Rejected 820 

Ordinance (awarding the catering concession to the 

company for the season of 1922), to Railroads 847 

De Leo, Angelo : Claim. To Finance 1227 

Deliege, Ernest: Honorable mention for 1921. See... 460-1 

De Luxe Cab Co. : Claim. (See under the heading "Mar- 
tell, Raymond A.") 

Demarais (P. F.) & Sons: Claim. To Finance 1535 

Demas, George : Sign (permission to George Demas and 

Martin Fountns) . Order, Passed 477 



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49 



Democratic Cook County Central Committee : Banner. 

Order, Passed 2035 

Denemark, Edward J.: Appointments, (See under tbe 

heading "Appointments".) 
Department heads. (For general data, if any, see under the 

heading "Officers (general)".) 
Departments of the City government. (For data concerning 
a particular department, see under the name of such 
department. For data concerning the departments gen- 

erally, see the notations under the heading "Chicago, 
City of".) 
De Paul Day Nursery : 

Tag day. (See under the heading "Tug days".) 
Temporary use of the former North Halsted Street Police 

Station. Order, Passed 119 

Depeder Brothers : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

<?., O. & E. L 1536 

Filed 1864 

Depositaries of the City's funds. (See under the heading 

"Banks and banking".) 
Depositors State Bank : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 

and banking".) 
Vacation of alleys in S. E. Gross' Sub. (See under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Deppe (F.) Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1691 

Derby, Frank W. : Compensation for extra services. Or- 
der, Passed 1555 

Designing Division Capital Account (Bureau of Engineering). 
(For data, If any, see "Capital accounts" under the head- 
ing "Finance".) 
Desplaines st. : 

Water meter at Nos. 14-16 N. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1806 

Widening of the street, from W. Harrison st. to W. 
Roosevelt road : direction for proceeding with the 

work. Order, Passed 1420 

Appropriation for preliminary expense 2262 

Deuerling, Elizabeth : Claim. To Finance 1023 

Deuther, Tomaz : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Devereux, Thomas P. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Resignation as a member of the Com. on High Costs and 

High Rents. Filed : 918 

De Vito, Joseph : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1319 

Devito, Michael : Commendation for bravery during 1921. 

See 462-3 

Devon a v. : 

Billboard at N. Paulina st. : direction for removal. Or- 
der, Passed 861 

Restoration of pavement at N. Crawford av. : payment 

for the work. Order, Passed 735 

Sidewalk, from N. Western av. to N. Campbell a v. (s. 

side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1025 

Tank and pump (gasoline), at Nos. 1514-26. (See under 

the heading "Devon Motor Sales Corp.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from N. Mobile av. to N. Merrimac av. 

Order, Passed 293-4 

Water supply pipe, from N. Rockwell st. to N. Maplewood 

av. (n. side) . Order, Passed 2123 

Devon Motor Sales Corp. : Gasoline tank and pump. Or- 
der, to G., O. <t E. L 1692 

FileS 1864 

Devon Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Dewey, F. B. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. 133 

Passed 510 

Dewitt pi. : Sidewalks, from E. Walton pi. to E. Pearson st. 

(both sides) . Ordinance, Passed 1019 

Dickens av. : 

Paving, from N. Cicero av. to the C. & N. W. R. R. 
(See "Paving, from Armitage av. to Fullerton av., 
etc." under the heading "Kilpatrick av.") 
Water supply pipe, from N. Kilpatrick av. to N. Kenton 

av. Order, Passed 2123 

Dickinson, Albert, Charles and Emma L. : Boundary-line 
agreement with the City of Chicago affecting lands on the 
shore of Lake Calumet. Amendatory Ordinance, 

Paused 479 

Report of newspaper publication. See 681 



Dickinson (Albert) Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1468 

Dickinson, Charles : Boundary-line agreement with the City 
of Chicago affecting lands on the shore of Lake Calumet. 

Amendatory Ordinance, Passed 479 

Report of newspaper publication. See 681 

Diemer, E. A. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1240 

Dietz, Charles M. : Claim. Filed 624-5 

To Finance 1314 

Dietz, Mr. : Alterations in building. Order, Passed. 168 

Dietzel, H. E. C. : Addition to building. Order, Passed . 1020 

Diliberto, Sam: Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Dirigible balloons. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Aviation". ) 
Disabled American Veterans of the World War : Tag day. 

(See under tbe heading "Tag days".) 
Di Santo Rocco Society, Congregation : Street festival. 

Order, Passed 649-50 

Disconnection of territory from the City. (For data, if any, 
see the heading "Annexation and disconnection of terri- 
tory".) 
Ditchfield, Thomas : Maintenance of shed. Order, 

Passed 1004 

Di Todaro, A. : Sign (permission to A. Di Todaro and O. 

Bigi) . Order, Passed 1586 

Dittman, Carl : 

Claim. Order, Passed 716 

Claim. Filed 1797 

Diversey av. : 

Paving, from N. Crawford av. to N. Cicero av. (including 
sewer connections at N. Kostner av., N. Kilpatrick 
av., N. Karlov av., N. Kenton av., N. Keating av. 
and N. Knox av.). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, 

Recommitted to B. L, 1 472-3 

[Recommendation, estimate and ordinance pub- 
lished March 22, 1922, pp. 2288-94.] 
Sidewalk, from N. Cicero av. to N. Lavergne av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 135 

Water supply pipe, from N. Kostner av. to the C. & N. 

W. R. R. Order, Passed 2198 

Diversey parkway : 

Canopy at Nos. 1013-15. (See under the heading "Lincoln 

Turn Verein, The".) 
Factory building at Nos. 1253-59 : investigation regarding 

construction. Petition and Order, to Bldgs 491 

Filed 693 

Order (directing temporary stoppage of con- 
struction work) , Passed 578 

Filling station at No. 1400 : direction for refusal of per- 
mit for erection. ' Order, Passed 2362 

Sewer, from Sheridan road to Hampden ct. (See "Sewer, 
from Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." under the 
heading "Clifton av.") 
Division State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and Banking".) 
Division st. : 

Filling station at s.e. cor. of N. Lamon av. : permission 

for erection and maintenance. Order, Passed 1701 

Riser in sidewalk space, at No. 1632 W. (See under the 

heading "Grochowski, G. S.") 
Riser in sidewalk space, at No. 2558 W. (See under the 

heading "Lurie, H.") 
Sidewalks, from N. Western av. to N. California av. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 116 

Steps and fence in sidewalk space at No. 1642 W. : per- 
mission for maintenance. Order, Passed 488 

Steps and fence in sidewalk space at Nos. 1656-58 W. : 

permission for maintenance. Order, Passed .... 858 
Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Division of Surveys Capital Account. (For data, if any, 

see "Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 
Dix st. : Switch tracks in and along the street, northwest 
of N. Sangamon st. (See under "Chicago Mill and Lum- 
ber Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Dober, Andrew: Driveway. Order, Passed 1039 

Dobinsky, S. : Claim. To Finance 1869 

Docks, wharves, etc.: 

Calumet River: establishment of dock line (e. side), 
surrounding the slip at E. 98th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1455 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1620 



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Docks, wharves, etc.: 

Chicago River: establishment of dock line (e. side), be- 
tween Blackhawk st. and 657 ft. northeasterly. 

Ordinance, to Harbors 249 

Chicago River : lease of dock space, between N. Clark st. 
and N. Dearborn st. (s. side) (Graham & Morton 

Transportation Co.). See 2174 

Chicago River : lease of dock space, between N. Clark 
st. and N. La Salle st. (s. side) (Chicago & South 

Haven Steamship Co.). See 2173-4 

Explosives landed at piers. (See "Transportation, etc." 

under the heading "Explosives".) 
Municipal Pier : leases of docks, wharves, etc. (See un- 
der the heading "Municipal Pier".) 
Wharfing permits : repeal of provisions concerning. Or- 
dinance, Passed 484 

Dode. Mrs. A. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1312 

Dodson, J. H. : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Doerr. E. P. : Construction of building. Order, to Bldgs. 234 

Filed 633 

Dofsky, Harry : Claim. To Finance 572 

Dog kennels. (See under the heading "Animals".) 

Dog pound. (For data, if any see under the heading "Police, 

Dept. of.) 
Dogs. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Animals".) 

Doldela, Nick : Claim. To Finance 1683 

Domecho, J. D. : Sign. Order, Passed 1141 

Domena, Luigi : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 663 

Passed 821 

Don, Toy : Claim. Filed 1797 

Donnelley (R. R.) & Sons Co.: 

Conduit. Ordinance, to S. £ A 1729 

Passed 1920-1 

Loading platform. Ordinance, to S. & A 1868 

Passed 2115-16 

Donnelly, James A.: Roof sign. (See under the heading 

"Olson, E. H.") 
Donohue, Francis J. : Advancement to rank of first-class 
patrolman for meritorious services. Come. (Supt. of 

Police 1 , Pub 1930-1 

Order, Passed 1931 

Donovan, Cyril M. : Claims. Orders, Passed 

712-13, 1512-14, 2371-2 

Dooley, Peter : Claim. To Finance 1547 

Doolittle (Elizabeth) Co., Inc.: Sign. Order, Passed.. 2095 
Doors (revolving). (See under the heading "Buildings".) 
Dorchester av. : Stenciling of the words "slow-down" on 
the pavement at the intersection of E. 59th st. Or- 
der, Passed 2358 

Dorsch, J. P.: Sign. Order, Passed 1818 

Dose, Charles: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Dose, William : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Dostert, William A. : Driveway. Order, Passed 134 

Douglas Day and Night Nursery: Tag day. (See under 
the heading "Tag days".) 

Douglas (L. P.) & Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1915 

Douglas, Mrs. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 116 

Passed 51X 

Douglas National Bank of Chicago, The: Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Dowe.ika, A. : Steps and fence in sidewalk space. Order, 

Passed 85g 

Downey, C. E. : Claim. To Finance 1987 

Downey, Thomas : Claim. To Finance 1306 

Downs, M. J. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 582 

Doyle. D. H. : 

City Collector's office : construction of bronze railing and 

posts. Order, Passed 715 

City Hall Building: payment for sundry alterations made 

in the building. Order, Passed 1153-4 

Health. Department of : payment for alterations in the 

offices of the department. Orders, Passed ..527-8, 1153 

Doyle. F. J.: Driveways. Order, to 8. & A 1549 

Passed 1707 

Doyle, Frank : Driveways, (permission to Frank Doyle and 

George T. Isaacs). Order, Passed 1548 

Doyle, Frank J. : Advancement to rank of second-class pa- 
trolman for meritorious services. Come. (Supt. of 

Police), Pub 1773 

Order, Passed 1773 

Doyle, James F. : Claim. Order, Passed 80-1 



Doyle, Joseph: Claim. Filed 623 

Dozier, Josephine : Settlement of claim against the City 

arising out of the race riots. Order, Passed 1624 

Drainage Canal. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Sanitary District of Chicago, The".) 

Drainage districts: 

Aberdeen st. drainage district : creation of the district. 
(See the ordinance providing for the construction of 
a sewer in Aberdeen st., from W. 47th st. to W. 69th 
st., etc. noted under the heading "Aberdeen st.") 

Clifton av. drainage district : creation ' of the district. 
(See the ordinance providing for the construction 
of sewers in Clifton av., from Lawrence av. to 
Broadway, etc. noted under the heading "Clifton 
av.") 

Fifty-fifth st. drainage district : creation of the district. 
(See the ordinance providing for the construction 
of a sewer in W. 55th st. from S. Crawford av. to 
S. Kostner av., etc., noted under the heading "Fifty- 
fifth St.") 

Harlem av. drainage district : creation of the district. 
(See the ordinance providing for the construction of 
a sewer in N. Harlem av. from W. North av. to 240 ft. 
north of Medill av., etc., noted under the heading 
"Harlem av.") 

One hundred seventh st. drainage district : creation of the 
district. (See the ordinance providing for the con- 
struction of a sewer in W. 107th St., from Went- 
', worth av. to Glenroy av., etc., noted under the head- 
ing "One hundred seventh st.") 

Western av. drainage district : creation of the district. 
(See the ordinance providing for the construction 
of a sewer in S. Western av., from 530 ft. south of W. 
74th st. to W. 92nd pi. (e. side), etc., noted under 
the heading "Western av.") 
Drains. (For general data, if any, see under the heading "Sew- 
ers". For drains in particular streets, see under the 

names of the respective streets.) 
Drake av. : 

Drains, between Foster av. and Carmen av. Ordinance, 

Passed 579 

Drains, south of Waveland av. (w. side) : permission to 

lay, on payment of one fee, etc. Order, Passed ..40-1 

Paving, from Foster av. to Carmen av. Ordinance, 

Passed 41 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Water service pipes, between Foster av. and Carmen av. 

Ordinance, Passed 657 

Drama League of Chicago : Appropriations for miscellan- 
eous expense in connection with the work of the league. 

See 706, 2284 

Dreger, August : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1040 

Passed 1253 

Drehobl, Christian : Driveways. Order, Passed 494-5 

Drew st. : Paving, from W. 105th st. to W. 107th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1741 

Drexel av. : 

Paving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. (See "Paving, 
from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st., etc." under the 
heading "Maryland av.") 

Water meter at Nos. 6101-05 : removal. Order, Passed 562 
Drexel State Bank of Chicago : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Drinking- fountains: 

Ada st. : at W. Chicago av. Order, Passed 576 

Austin av. : at N. Carpenter st. Order, Passed 576 

Belmont av. : at s.e. cor. of Elston av. Order, Passed. 257 
Burley av. : at n.e. cor. of E. 133rd st. Order, Passed 851 

Chicago av. : at Armour st. Order, Passed 576 

Chicago av. : at N. Carpenter st. Order, Passed 576 

Chicago av. : at Noble st. Order, Passed 576 

Clark st. : at Nos. 3840-42 N. Order, Passed 1020 

Commercial av. : at n.w. cor. of E. 88th st. Order, Passed 851 

Eighty-fifth st. : at Burley av. Order, Passed 851 

Fifty-ninth st. : at S. Kedzie av. Order, Passed 496 

Fifty-sixth st. : at s.e. cor. of Harper av. Order, 

Passed 2358 

Fifty-sixth st. : at Stony Island av. Order, Passed. . .2358 

Forty-third st. : at S. Mozart st. Order, Passed 234 

Grand av. : at Armitage av. Order, Passed 501 



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Drinking' fountains: 

Grand av. : at N. Racine av. Order, Passed 576 

Halsted st. : at n.w. cor. of W. 62nd st. Order, Passed 660 

Huron st. : at Noble st. Order, Passed 576 

Jefferson st. : at s.e. cor. of W. Roosevelt road. Order, 

Passed 862 

Kenilworth av. : at s.w. cor. of N. Western av. Order, 

Passed 866 

Kostner av. : at n.e. cor. of Fullerton av. Order, Passed 262 

Lake Park av. : at Harper av. Order, Passed 476 

Milwaukee av. : at Noble st. Order, Passed 576 

Milwaukee av. : at N. Racine av. Order, Passed .... 576 
Milwaukee av. : at N. Sangamon st. Order, Passed . . 576 

Milwaukee av. : at Will St. Order. Passed 576 

Noble st. : at W. Ohio st. Order, Passed 576 

North av. : at s.w. cor. of N. Laramie av. Order, Passed 663 

One hundred eleventh st. : at S. Fairfield av. Order, 

Passed 875 

One hundred third st. : at s.e. cor. of Vincennes av. 

Order, Passed 582 

Ridge road : at Devon av. and Broadway. Order, 

Passed 492 

Roosevelt road : at s.w. cor. of S. Clinton st. Order, 

Passed 862 

Southport av. : at N. Clark st. Order, Passed 865 

Thirty-fifth st. : at No. 1112 W. Order, Passed 234 

Thirty-sixth st. : at S. Kedzie av. Order, Passed . . 475-6 
Tripp av. : at n.w. cor. of Fullerton av. Order, Passed S62 
Drivers of vehicles. (For data, if any, see the items listed 
under the headings "Vehicles (motor-driven)" and "Vehi- 
cles (other than motor-driven)".) 
Driveways across sidewalks: 

(For driveways at particular locations, see under 
the names of particular individuals, etc ) 
Construction and maintenance : regulations prescribed ; 
fees for annual permits fixed. Ordinance (re- 
ferred March 29, 1922, p. 2372), Filed 2189 

Droft, Philip : Sign. Order, Passed 1471 

Droney, John P. : Vacation of part of B. 79th st. (See un- 

der the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Drovers National Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See un- 

der the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Drovers Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Drugs and druggists : 

Narcotic drugs : in the matter of curbing the traffic in. 
Resolution (directing the appointment of an in- 
vestigating committee, together with an appropriation 

for expenses), to Health 1688 

Resolution (requesting the calling of an inter- 
national conference for the purpose of curbing the 
traffic, and the designation of a "national anti- 
narcotic week"). Adopted 1738 

Order (directing co-operation of Chicago police 
with Federal authorities and consideration of the 
matter of designating an "anti-narcotic drug week" 

in Chicago) , to Health 1820 

Retail drug stores : license period changed to expire on 
the 31st day of December of each year. Ordinance, 

Passed 2104 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2346 

Shows, entertainments and amusements : prohibition 
against the sale of drugs in connection therewith. 

Ordinance. Passed 574 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942 

Drumm, H. A. : 

Claim. Order, Passed 1595 

Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1727-8 

Drummond pi. : 

Paving, from N. Cicero av. to N. Lavergne av. (See 
"Paving, from Fullerton av. to Diversey av., etc." 
under the heading "Lamon av.") 
Water service pipes, between N. Keeler av. and N. Kil- 

dare av. Ordinance, Passed 1414 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Keeler av. 

Order, Passed 292-3 

Dry-cleaning plants. (See the heading "Cleaning plants".) 
Dryer. (See the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 

Dubec, Frank J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1320 

Dubsky, Frank : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 647 

Passed 821-2 

Duffy Sign Co.: Sign. Order, Passed ...1888 

Dumps for ashes, street dirt, etc. (See under the heading 
"Streets, Bureau of".) 



Dunas, Arthur : Vacation of Coyle av., a part of Odell av. 
and adjacent alleys. (See the notations under "Coyle av." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Dunkle, Frank J. : Gasoline tank and pump (permission to 

Frank J. Dunkle and J. Smith). Order, to Q., 0. 

& E- L 1479 

Filed 1864 

Dunn, Edward : Claim. Order, Passed 1321-2 

Amended 1467-8 

Dunning. (See "Chicago State Hospital for the Insane" un- 
der the heading "Illinois, State of".) 

Dunning, John : Claim. To Finance 1406 

Durand (Annie W.) estate: Vault: acceptance and bond 

(under an ordinance passed March 8, 1922). See.... 178 

Durkin, William : Advancement to rank of second-class 

patrolman for meritorious services. Come. (Supt. of 

Police) , Pub 600 

Order, Passed 600-1 

Dwyer & Co. : 

Claim. To Finance 944 

Claim. Order,, Passed : 1595 

Dwyer & Ryan: Driveways. Orders, Passed ....1035, 1145 

Dye, W. H. : Vacation of part of W. 107th st. and S. 
Hoyne av. (See the notations under "One hundred 
seventh st." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Dyer anti-lynching law. (See under the heading "U. S. Gov- 
ernment".) 

Dynamite. (See the heading "Explosives".) 

Dynek, Jos.: Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Dyrenforth, Lee, Chritton & Wiles: 

Appropriation for payment of unpaid bill. See 2226 

Claim. Order, Passed 717 

Dziarko, Jack: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1550 

Passed 1755-6 

Dzincelowski, John : Advancement to rank of second-class 
patrolman for meritorious services. Come. (Supt. of 

Police), Pub 945 

Order, Passed 945 

Dziwik, John : Sign. Order, Passed 122 

E. 

Eagle Wood Turning Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Easements : 
Sewers : 

Chicago & Alton R. R. Co. : easement to the City for 
the construction of a sewer in and along S. Craw- 
ford av. from the Drainage Canal to W. 71st st. 
Ordinance, Passed 1000-1 

Sanitary District of Chicago, The : easement for the 
construction of an intercepting sewer in Avenue 
N., E. 102nd st. and Avenue O. (See "Intercept- 
ing sewer, etc." under the heading "Sanitary Dis- 
trict of Chicago, The".) 

Sanitary District of Chicago, The : easement for the 
construction of an intercepting sewer in and 
across certain lands (including parts of E. 110th 
st. and Vernon av.). (See "Intercepting sewer, 
etc." under the heading "Sanitary District of 
Chicago, The".) 

Sanitary District of Chicago, The : easement for the 
construction of a sewer in alley west of Law- 
rence av. pumping station to and connecting 
with the sewer in Clifton av. (See "Intercept- 
ing sewer, etc." under the heading "Sanitary 
District of Chicago, The".) 
East End av. : 

Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 85th st., etc. (system) 

(including sewer connections in the street, and in E. 

84th st. and E. 85th St.). Recom., Est. and Or- 
dinance, Recommitted to B. L. 1 78 

Second Recom., Est. and Ordinance. Pub. and to 

S. <C A 605-611 

(Journal corrected, pp. 679-80.) 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 1217 

Paving, from 100 ft. north of E. 7lst st. to .100 ft. south 

of E. 71st st. (See "Paving, from Stony Island av. 

to Yates av.. etc." under the heading "Seventy-first • 

St.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in E. 85th St., 
E. 84th pi., E. 84th St., E. 83rd pi. and E. 83rd st. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from E. 83rd st. 
to E. 85th st., etc." under the heading "East End 
av.") 



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East End av. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in E. 73rd st. (See the 

notations under "Paving, from Stony Island av. to 

Exchange av." under the heading "Seventy-third st.") 

East Side Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and hanking".) 
Eastman, Albert N. : Vacation of part of an alley in Wm. 

L. Wallen's Addn. (See under the heading "Vacations 

of alleys".) 

Eastman Electric Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1734 

Eastwood av. : Opening of the street, from Clarendon av. 

to Lake Michigan. Order, to B. L. 1 1993 

Eaton, Charles S. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments". ) 

Eatto, Frank: Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Eberhart av. : Paving, from E. 95th st. to E. 93rd st. (See 

"Paving, from E. 95th st. to E. 93rd st., etc." under the 

heading "Rhodes av.") 

Eberlen, Fred : Claim. Order, Passed 80-1 

Eckdahl, Werner P.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1028 

Eckersol, Ernest L. : Claim. Order, Passed 96 

Ecklund, Fred : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 1559 

Eckstein, Louis and Elsie: Conduits and manholes. (See 

under the heading "Stumer (Louis M.) estate".) 

Economac, Tony: Claim. Order, Passed 1322 

Economu, Peter: Claim. Order, Passed 1302 

Economy Fuse & Manufacturing Co. : Claim. To Fin- 
ance 1803 

Edbrooke av. : 

Garage at s. w. cor. of E. 112th st. : prohibition against 

issuance of permit for erection. Order, Passed . . 2037 

Water supply pipe, from E. 121st pi. to 216 ft. northward. 

Order. Passed 1062-5 

Eddy st. : Wires over and across the street, west of Semi- 
nary av. (See under the heading "Boyle Ice Co.") 
Edgebrook, Village of : Water supply from mains of the 

City of Chicago. Order, to Finance 255 

Edgemont av. : Premises No. 1528 : claim of owner. To 

Finance 1008 

Edgewater av. : Sewer connecting with the sewer in N. 

Clark st. (See the notations under "Widening, etc." 

under the heading "Ashland av.") 
Edgewater Swedish Baptist Church : Bulletin board. Or- 
der, Passed 1410 

Edidin, H. : Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Edison Park av. : Closing of the street to traffic from Oli- 

phant av. to Overhill av. Order, Passed 656 

Education, Board of: 

Accounts for the years 1921 and 1922 : authority for con- 
tract for an audit (Smart, Gore & Co.). Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1467 

Activities of the Board from July 112, 1922 to Oct. 26, 

1922. Report (President), to Schools 1182 

Filed 1352-3 

Appointments of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appointments of members : in the matter of the filling of 
an existing vacancy by one of certain leading busi- 
ness men. Come. (Mayor), Pub 1566 

Committee (to tender the appointment) appoint- 
ed. See .1566 

Come, from the Mayor (submitting the names 
of additional business men), Pub. and to Special 

Com 1619-20 

Report of the Committee's activities. See .... 1625-6 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2295 

Brown school : direction for investigation of sanitary con- 
ditions and installation of playground facilities. 
Resolution, Adopted 1627 

Buildings controlled by the Board : request for permission 
for free use for meeting purposes by the American 
Legion. Order, Passed 854-5 

Closing of the public schools at noon on Election Day, 
Dec. 12, 1922, in connection with the adoption or 
rejection of the proposed new State constitution. 
Order, Passed 1465-6 

Driveway : maintenance of a street return for the purpose. 

Orcjer, Passed 254 

Election of Board members : recommendation for election 
by a direct vfite of the people. Come. (Mayor), 
Pub. and to Judiciary ,,598-9 



Education, Board of: 

Emerson school : direction for investigation of sanitary 
conditions and installation of playground facilities. 

Resolution, Adopted 1627 

Hayes school : direction for investigation of sanitary con- 
ditions and installation of playground facilities. 

Resolution, Adopted 1627 

Investigation of the affairs of the Board : 

Order (directing submission of a progress report on 
an investigation being conducted by the State's 

Attorney) , to Judiciary 871 

Filed 1210 

Resolution (directing an appropriation of 
$15,000 for the purpose of aiding in the invest- 
igation), to Finance 1318 

Order (authorizing a contract for an audit 

of the records of the Board), Passed 1347 

Resolution of the Joint Committee on School 
Affairs (requesting an appropriation by duly 
constituted public bodies for an investigation), 

to Finance 1394 

Pension fund for public school teachers. (For data, if 
any, see "Public School Teachers Pension and Retire- 
ment Fund" under the heading "Pension funds".) 
Playgrounds adjoining school buildings. (See under 
"Playgrounds" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds 
and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Reduction, etc., in the membership of the Board : expres- 
sion of disapproval of a pending Bill. Resolution, 

to Judiciary 2103 

Adopted 2377-8 

Removal of Board members : direction for preparation of 
a Bill granting the Mayor the power to remove mem- 
bers for cause at any time. Order, Passed 1729 

Resignation of Board members : 

Come, from the Mayor (explaining endeavors to force 
resignations and noting the conditional resigna- 
tions of Edwin S. Davis, A. H. Severinghaus, 
Boleslaus Klarkowski, Sadie Bay Adair, Pauline 
Struwing and Mrs. Francis Thornton), Pub. and 

Filed 522 

Resolution (requesting acceptance of the 
resignations of Edwin S. Davis and Albert H. 

Severinghaus), to Schools 1145-6 

Amendment (requesting acceptance of 

all resignations received by the Mayor as 

mentioned in his communication submitted 

to the Council June 13, 1922, p. 522), Noted 1145 

(This resolution was disposed of by 

the adoption of the substitute resolution 

noted on pp. 1383-4. See pp. 1296-7.) 

Statement of the Mayor. Noted 1145 

Resolution (recommending that the resigna- 
tions of those who were members prior to June 

13, 1922, be requested), to Schools 1146 

(This resolution was disposed of by the 

adoption of the substitute resolution noted 

on pp. 1383-4. See pp. 1296-7.) 

Resolution (requesting the resignations of 

those who were members prior to June 13, 1922), 

to Schools 1219 

(This resolution was disposed of by the 
adoption of the substitute resolution noted 
on pp. 1383-4. See pp. 1296-7.) 
Resolution (calling upon certain members to 

tender their resignations), to Schools 1230 

Amendment (to include all those who 
were members prior to June 13, 1922), 

Noted 1230 

(This resolution was disposed of by 
the adoption of the substitute resolution 
noted on pp. 1383-4. See pp. 1296-7.) 

Statement of the Mayor. Noted 1230 

Subst. Resolution (calling upon indicted 

members to resign), Adopted 1383-4 

School building at Gilpin pi. near S. Halsted st. : in the 
matter of the establishment of a women's detention 
home and Morals Court in the building. Resolu- 
tion, Adopted 2092 

School building at n. w. cor. of N. Parkside av. and Hirsch 

st.: request for establishment. Order, to Sclwols. 1549 
Resolution, Adopted 2112 



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Education, Board of: 

School lands : direction for appointment of a committee 
to draft a Bill restoring to the City Council certain 
powers of control over purchases, sales and leases of 

school property. Resolution, Adopted 1704 

Motion (directing consideration of subject-matter 

by the Committee on Judiciary), Carried 1704 

School lands : transfer to the Board of custody of deeds, 
abstracts and records pertaining to school property. 

Ordinance, to Finance 2122 

School Tax Fund. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Finance".) 
"Slow-down" signs in the vicinity of school buildings. 

(See under the heading "Traffic regulations".) 
Sprinkling of lawns and yards adjoining school buildings. 
(See under "Water system" under the heading "En- 
gineering, Bureau of".) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading "Tax- 
ation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 

taxes".) 
Vacation of alleys in Blancbard's Sub., Craig Bros.' Gage 
Park Sub., D. Davis' Sub., Davis and Todd's Sub., 
Andrew J. Dunning's Sub., S. E. Gross Unter Den 
Linden Addn. to Chicago, Hull's Sub., Resub. of cer- 
tain blocks in Jefferson, D. S. Lee's Addn. to Chicago, 
Lull and Mayer's Sub., Mechanics National Bank Re- 
sub., John Nelson's Sub., Owsley's Sub., Pregler's 
Sub., Sub. of Blocks 1 and 8 of Sampson & Green's 
Addn. to Chicago, Sub. of S. E. % of Block 25 of 
Sheffield's Addn. to Chicago, Second and First Addi- 
tions to Sheldon Heights, H. L. Stewart's Sub., Suf- 
fern's Sub., Tyler's Sub. and West Pullman. (See 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Vacation of Berwyn av., Better st., N. Central Park av., 
Champlain av., Darwin terrace, Drake av., Lowe av. 
and part of S. Maplewood av. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 
Educational institutions. (For general data, if any, see under 
the heading "Schools and other educational institutions".) 
Edward, Carl: Stairways in parkway. Order, Passed. .1129 
Eel, Edward : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1314 

Efficiency Division of the City Comptroller's office. (For data, 

If any, see under the heading "City Comptroller".) 
Efficiency, Economy and Rehabilitation, Committee on : 

Appropriation (annual) . See 2219 

Weights and sizes of vehicles and their loads : direction 
for reference of matters before the Com. on Local 
Transportation to the Com. on Efficiency, etc. Or- 
der, Passed 572 

Efficiency staff of the Committee on Finance. (For data, if 

any, see under the heading "Finance, Committee on".) 
Egan, E. A.: Addition to building. Order, Passed. .. .1021 

Egeland, Curtis: Driveway. Order, Passed 45 

Eggebrecht, Robert: Auto shed. Order, to Bldgs 1319 

Passed 1484 

Eggert, Frank H. : Vacation of S. Oakley av. and part of 
an adjacent alley. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of streets".) 
Eggleston av. : 

Bridge across Auburn Park Lakes. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Porch on building at No. 6453 : permission to enclose. 

Order, to Bldgs 1040 

Passed 1253 

Ehrlich, Mandel : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Eighteenth st. : 

Dumping of refuse on vacant lot at S. Karlov av. : pro- 
test against the practice. Come. (B. Kuppenheimer 

& Co.) to B. L. 1 265 

Sidewalk, at S. Karlov av. : request for construction. 

Come. (B. Kuppenheimer & Co.), to B, L. 1 265 

Water meter at No. 645 W. : removal. Order, to Fin- 
ance 1137 

Filed 1797 

Water meter at No. 1501 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1686 

Water meter at No. 1529 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 238 

Filed 1115 



Eighteenth st. : 

Water meter at No. 2037 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 354 

Filed ma 

Eightieth st. : 

Paving, from Cottage Grove av. to the I. C. R. R. (See 
"Paving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd St., etc." under 
the heading "Maryland av.") 

Paving, from Paxton av. to Jeffery av. (See "Paving, 
from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd St., etc." under the head- 
ing "Paxton av.") 

Sidewalks, from Greenwood av. to Ingleside av. (both 

sides), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 574 

Eighty-eighth st. : Paving, from Vincennes av. to S. Ash- 
land av., etc. (system) (including sewer connections in 

Justine St., Laflin St., S. Bishop st. and S. Elizabeth st.). 

Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 8. & A. 1939-46 

(Journal corrected, pp. 2063-4.) 

Ordinance, Passed 2214 

Eighty-fifth st. : 

Paving, from Colfax av. to Yates av. (See "Paving, from 
E. 83rd st. to E. 87th St., etc." under the heading 
"Kingston av.") 

Paving, from Loomis st. to S. Ashland a v. (See "Paving, 
from W. 85th st. to W. 87th St., etc." under the head- 
ing "Bishop st.") 

Paving, from Stony Island av. to Jeffery av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from E. 83rd st. to E. 85th st., etc." under the 
heading "East End av.") 

Paving, from Yates a v. to South Chicago av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from E. 83rd st. to South Chicago av., etc." under 
the heading "Clyde av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Justine St., Laflin 
St., S. Bishop st. and Loomis st. (See the notations 
under "Paving, from W. 85th st. to W. 87th St., etc." 
under the heading "Bishop st.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in MacFarlane av., 
Bennett av. and Jeffery av. (See the notations under 
"Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 85th St., etc." under 
the heading "East End av.") 

Sidewalk, from Phillips av. to South Chicago av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 853 

Sidewalk, from S. Racine av. to Loomis st. (s. side), etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 1041 

Water supply pipe, from S. Ashland av. to 40 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 1267-8 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of alley between 
S. Ashland av. and S. Marshfield av. Order, 
Passed 1267-8 

Water supply pipe, from S. Ashland av. to S. Marsh- 
field av. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of S. Hermitage 

av. Order, Passed 1267-8 

Water supply pipe, from S. Marshfield av. to 44 ft. east- 
ward. Order, Passed 1267-8 

Water supply pipe, from S. Paulina st. to 24 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 1267-8 

Water supply pipe, from S. Paulina st. to S. Wood st. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from S. Racine av. to Loomis st. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Eighty-first st. : 

Building at No. 3732 W. : permission for maintenance and 

occupancy. Order, to Bldgs 1038 

Passed 1253 

Paving, from Cottage Grove av. to the I. C. R. R. (See 
"Paving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st, etc." under 
the heading "Maryland av.") 

Paving, from Paxton a v. to Jeffery av. (See "Paving, 
from E. 79th st. to E, 83rd st, etc." under the head- 
ing "Paxton av.") 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in S. Western av. (See 
the notations under "Sewers, from 530 ft. south of 
W. 74th st. to W. 92nd pi. (e. side), etc." under the 
heading "Western av.") 

Sidewalk, from Wallace st. to railroad first west (n. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed £62 

Water supply pipe, from Merrill av. to Paxton av. Or- 
der, Passed . . 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from S. Racine av. to 12 ft. eastward. 

Order. Passed 292-3 

Water supply pipe, from S. Racine av. to S. Morgan st. 

Order, Passed 682-3 



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Eighty-fourth pi. : Paving, from Stony Island av. to Mac- 
Farlane av. (See "Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 85 th 
St., etc." under the heading "East End av.") 
Eighty-fourth st. : 

Paving, from Colfax av. to Yates av. (See "Paving, 
from E. 83rd st. to E. S7th St., etc." under the head- 
ing "Kingston av.") 
Paving, from Justine st. to S. Ashland av. (See "Paving, 
from W. 85th st. to. W. 87th st., etc." under the 
heading "Bishop st.") 
Paving, from Stony Island av. to Anthony a v. (See "Pav- 
ing, from E. 83rd St. to E. 85th St., etc." under the 
heading "East End av.") 
Paving, from Yates av. to Merrill av. (See "Paving, from 
E. 83rd st. to South Chicago av., etc." under the 
heading "Clyde av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Justine st. (See the 
notations under "Paving, from W. 85th st. to W. 
87th St., etc." under the heading "Bishop st.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in MacParlane av., 
Bennett av. and Euclid av. (See the notations under 
"Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 85th St., etc." under 
the heading "East End av.") 
Sidewalk, from Drexel av. to Maryland av. (s. side), etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 480-1 

Water supply pipe, from Stony Island av. to 12 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed, 292-3 

Eighty-ninth st. : 

Paving, from 125 ft. east of S. Marshfield av. to S. Win- 
chester av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed. .. .1041 
Sewers, from Muskegon av. to Escanaba av. (s. side), etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 2143 

Eighty-second st. : 

Depression of roadway at I. C. It. R. Order, Passed.. 35 

Paving, from Paxton av. to Jeffery av. (See "Paving, 
from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd St., etc." under the head- 
ing "Paxton av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in S. Ashland av. (See 
the notations under "Paving of S. Ashland av. from 
125.4 ft. north of W. 75th st. to W. 87th st., etc." 
under "Widening, etc." under the heading "Ashland 
av.") 
Eighty-seventh st. : 

Paving, from S. Paulina st. to the P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. 

Ordinance, Passed 662 

Paving, from St. Lawrence av. to 2,003 ft. west of S. 
State st. Ordinance (for repeal of an ordinance 

passed Jan. 25, 1922), Passed 112 

Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to S. & 

A 1946-51 

Ordinance, Passed 2214 

Sewer, from S. Paulina st. to Prospect av. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." under the head- 
ing "Aberdeen st.") 
Watering trough at S. Racine av. : direction for installa- 
tion. Order, Passed 1238 

Eighty-sixth pi. : 

Water supply pipe, from Stony Island av. to 10 ft. east- 
ward. Order, Passed 2912-3 

Water supply pipe, from Stony Island av. to 12 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 292-3 

Eighty-sixth st. : 

Paving, from Colfax av. to Yates av. (See "Paving, 
from Colfax av. to Yates av., etc." under the head- 
ing "Kingston av.") 
Paving, from Loomis st. to S. Ashland av. (See "Paving, 
from W. 85th st. to W. 87th st., etc." 'under the 
heading "Bishop st.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Justine St., Laflin 
St., S. Bishop st. and Loomis st. (See the notations 
under "Paving, from W. 85th st. to W. 87th St., etc." 
under the heading "Bishop St.") 
Water supply pipe, from Stony Island av. to 12 ft. east- 
ward. Order, Passed 292-3 

Water supply pipe, from Stony Island av. to 12 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 292-3 

Eighty-third pi. : 

Paving, from Stony Island av. to MacParlane av. (See 
"Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 85th st., etc." under 
the heading "East End av.") 
Water supply pipe, from Blackstone av. to 276 ft. east- 
ward. Order, Passed 106l2>-5 



Eighty-third st. : 

Paving, from S. Hermitage av. to S. Lincoln St., etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 2146 

Paving, from Loomis st. to S. Ashland av. (See "Paving, 
from W. 85th st. to W. 87th st., etc." under the 
heading "Bishop st.") 
Paving, from Yates av. to the B. & O. R. R. (See "Pav- 
ing, from E. 83rd st. to E. 87th St., etc." under the 
heading "Kingston av.") 
Paving, from Yates av. to South Chicago av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from E. S3rd st. to South Chicago av., etc." 
under the heading "Clyde av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Justine St., Laflin 
st., S. Bishop st. and Loomis st. (See the notations 
under "Paving, from W. 85th st. to W. 87th st., 
etc.". under the heading "Bishop st.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in S. Western av. (See 
the notations under "Sewer, from 530 ft. south of 
W. 74th st. to W. 92nd pi. (e. side), etc." under the 
heading "Western av.") 
Sidewalk, from Justine st. to S. Ashland av. (s. side), 

etc (system). Ordinance, Passed 1147 

Water supply pipe, from S. Ashland av. to S. Hermitage 

av. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Merrill av. to Paxton av. (n. 

side) . Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of S. Racine av. 

Order, Passed 292-3 

Water supply pipe, from S. Racine av. to Loomis st. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Eischen, M. A. : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Eiseman & Skon : Claim. To Finance 1913 

Eiszner (John) Co.: Switch tracks. (See under the head- 

ing "Switch tracks".) 
Elaine pi.: Sewer, from Cornelia av. to Roscoe st. (See 

"Sewer, from Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." under the 
heading "Clifton av.") 
Eldred, Charles and Josephine : Vacation of an alley in 
Swift's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of al- 
leys".) 
Eldred, Warren B. : Approval of plat attached to declara- 
tion of vacation of Wulff's Resub. of Lots 10 to 22, Re- 
sub, of Block 12, Village of Jefferson. Order, Passed. 1590 

Election Commissioners, Board of: 

Appropriations (annual) . See 12233 

Overtime : authority for payment. Orders. Passed .... 
1788, 2025, 2132 

Amendatory Order, Passed 1869 

Polling places : payment of rent for election held Dec. 12, 

1922. Order, Passed 1512 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Unpaid bills for 1922 : authority for payment. Order, 

Passed 1719 

Voting machines : authority for sale. Ordinance, to 

Finance 1733 

Passed : 20125 

Elections : 

Appropriations for the conduct of elections. (See the 

appropriations for the Board of Election Comrs.) 
Blowing of whistles : request for sounding on election day 

(Nov. 7, 1922). Resolution, Adopted 1225 

Clerks of election. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Election Commissioners, Board of".) 
Contests of the election of certain Aldermen. (For data, 
if any, see "Election contests" under the heading 
"City Council".) 
Judges of election. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Election Commissioners, Board of".) 
Police details : requirement for the giving of public notice 
whenever the entire police force is withdrawn from 
active duty on nights preceding elections. Resolu- 
tion (referred May 3, 1920, p. 129), Filed 1677-8 

Polling places. (For data, if any, see under the heading ■ 

"Election Commissioners, Board of".) 
Referendum votes : 

Annexation, to the City of Chicago, of that part of 
the Township of Maine known as S. E. % and 
part of S. W. % of Sec. 25-41-12 : provision for 
submission to a referendum vote on June 5, 1922. 

Ordinance, Passed 78-9 

(For the result of the referendum vote, see 
p. 600.) 



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55 






Elections : 

Referendum votes : 

Annexation, to the City of Chicago, of a , portion of 
the Township of Niles known as part of Bron- 
son's part of Caldwell's Reservation in Township 
41-13 : provision for submission to a referendum 
vote on Nov. 7, 1922. Ordinance, Passed. .1026-7 

Annexation, to the City of Chicago, of that part of 
the Township of Stickney known as S. % of 
Sec. 18, and N. y 2 of N. y 2 of Sec. 19-38-13 : 
provision for submission to a referendum vote 
on April 3, 1923. Ordinance, Passed 1961-2 

Annexation, to the City of Chicago, of that part of 
the Town of Worth bounded by 97th St., 99th 
St., Western av. and the B. & 0. C. T. R. R. 
(Rockwell st.) : provision for submission to a 
referendum vote on April 3, 1923. Ordinance, 

to Judiciary 1817 

Filed 2206 

Bond issues of $3,400,000 and $2,000,000 for bridge 
and viaduct construction and street lighting 
system extensions, respectively : direction for 
submission to a referendum vote on June 5, 1922. 

Subst. Ordinance, Passed 1401 

Report of newspaper publication. See 289 

(For the result of the referendum vote, see 
p. 600.) 

Bonuses to ex-service men : recommendation for ratifi- 
cation on November 7, 1922 of a plan for the 
payment of bonuses by the State of Illinois to 
ex-service men of the World War. Resolution, 
Adopted 1130-1 

"Daylight saving" plan : direction for action to pro- 
vide for a vote on the question of the continua- 
tion of the plan in Chicago for future years. 

Resolution, to Judiciary 855 

Filed 11210 

Expenditures of moneys from the "traction funds" 
for the purchase of motor buses : provision for 
submission to a referendum vote on Nov. 7, 
1922. Ordinance, to Local Trans 927 

Police patrolmen : provision for a referendum vote 
on Nov. 7, 1922, of the question of an appro- 
priation for the employment of 1.000 additional 
police patrolmen. Resolution, to Finance.... 175 

Robey street bond-issue proceeds : direction for submis- 
sion to a referendum vote of the question of using 
the proceeds for the completion of the Western 
av. and Ashland av. widenings. Order, to S. 

& A 1409 

Filed 1534 

Registration of voters : direction for submission of a Bill 

for elimination of the requirement for the giving of 

exact ages of voters when registering. Order and 

Resolution, to Judiciary 1224 

Electric Lamps and Substation Operation, Bureau of. (See 
the heading "Gas and Electricity, Department of ".) 

Electric light and power: 

(See also the heading "Public utilities".) 
Burglar alarm bells : regulations governing installation 

and maintenance. Ordinance, to G., O. & E. L. . ■ .1628 

Commonwealth Edison Co. : 

Conduit: sale to the City. Order, Passed 1418 

Conduit, manholes and accessories in S. State St., 
between Jackson boul. and 11th st. : payment 
for installation. Order, Passed 1162 

Disconnecting switches : sale to the City. Order, 

Passed 1605 

Electrical power and installation of lines and con- 
nections : contract for furnishing at Asphalt 
Plant No. 2. Order, Passed 2365 

Lawndale (old contagious disease) hospital: report 
in connection with proposed sale of site to the 

Company. Order, Passed 1702-3 

Amended 1768 

Come. (Comr. of Health), Pub. and to Fin- 
ance 1930 

Motors : sale to the City. Order, Passed 2349 

Poles of the company : in the matter of removal, re- 
location, etc. (For data, if any, see under 
"Poles" under the heading "Streets".) 

Regulators: sale to the City. Orders, Passed 1603 



Electric lig-ht and power: 

Commonwealth Edison Co. : 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch 

tracks".) 
Transformer capacity (additional), etc.: installation 

for the City. Order, Passed .....1245 

Amended 1536 

Electricians (Supervising), Board of Examiners of: ap- 
propriation for payment for services of members. 

See 2272 

Electric Wiring and Repair Capital Account (Dept. of Gas and 
Electricity.) (For data, if any, see "Capital accounts" 
under the heading "Finance".) 
Electrical Bureau. (See the heading "Public Service, Depart- 
ment of".) 
Electrical Construction Capital Account (Dept. of Gas and 
Electricity). (For data, if ariy, see "Capital accounts" 
under the heading "Finance".) 
Electrical Engineering, Bureau of. (See the heading "Gas and 

Electricity, Department of".) 
Electrical Inspection, Bureau of. (See the heading "Gas and 

Electricity, Department of".) 
Electrical Material Co. : 

Electrical material: sale to the City. Order, Passed. .1861 

Regulators: sale to the City. Order, Passed 1752-3 

Electrical supplies: Sale at retail by hardware stores. (See 

the ordinance licensing and regulating, noted under the 
heading "Hardware stores".) 
Electricians (Supervising), Board of Examiners of. (See un- 
der the heading "Electric light and power".) 
Electrification of railroad terminals. (For data, if any, see 
"Electrification" under the heading "Railroads".) 

Elevated railroads: 

(For other matters affecting local transportation, 
see the headings "Local transportation" , "Street 
railways", "Subways, passenger" and "Public 
utilities".) 
Chicago & Oak Park Elevated Railroad Co. : 

Appropriation for reimbursement of expense incurred 
for re-arrangement of columns near Lake st. and 
Sheldon st. See 2304 

Columns, stairways and structures located within the 
street lines of N. Market st. : requirement for re- 
arrangement. (This is part of the project for 
the widening and improvement of South Water 
st. See the notations under the heading "South 
Water St.") 

Lake st. bridge : in the matter of the payment of com- 
pensation by the Company for the construction 
and the use of the bridge. Come. (Corp. Coun- 
sel) , to Local Trans 989 

Service betterment. Resolution, to Local Trans.. 1819 

Service east of N. Hamlin av. during "rush hours" : 
direction for submission of a report. Order, 
Passed 1687-8 

Stoppage of cars at N. Austin boul. Order, to 

Local Trans 1742 

Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railway Co., The : 

Commercial buildings : permission for erection on 

rights of way. Ordinance, to Railroads 1012 

Humboldt Park Branch : extension to N. Austin av. 

Order, to Local Trans .■ 1548 

Motorbus lines : notice of application to the Illinois 
Commerce Commission for a certificate of con- 
venience and necessity to transport passengers 
by motor vehicles in certain streets in the City 
of Chicago as extensions to its service. Come. 
(A. L. Gardner) and Ordinance, to Local Trans. .943-4 
Municipal ownership and operation of elevated railroad 

lines. (For data, if any, see the notations under the 

heading "Local transportation".) 
Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co. : 

Appropriation for reimbursement of expense incurred 
for re-arrangement of columns near Larrabee st. 
and North av. See 2305 

Columns at Ogden av. : requirement for the placing 
of two rows of columns in lieu of four rows. 
Ordinance, Passed 1553-4 

Commercial buildings : permission for erection on 

rights of way. Ordinance, to Railroads 1012 

Driveway. Order, Passed 651 



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Elevated railroads: 

Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co. : 

Motorbus. lines : notice of application to the Illinois 
Commerce Commission for a certificate of con- 
venience and necessity to transport passengers 
by motor vehicles in certain streets in the City 
of Chicago as extensions to its service. Come. 
(A. L. Gardner) and Ordinance, to Local Trans. 943-4 
Structures located within the extended street lines 
of N. Holden ct., and columns located within the 
street lines of N. Wells st. and of E. Lake st. 
at N. Federal st. : requirement for rearrangement, 
removal, etc. (This is part of the project for 
the widening and improvement of South Water 
st. See the notations under the heading "South 
Water st.") 
Wells st. bridge : in the matter of the payment of 
compensation by the Company for the use of the 
bridge. Come. (Corp. Counsel), to Local 

Trans 989 

Operating expenses of elevated railroad lines. (See the 
notations under "Litigation, etc." under "Rates of 
fare", below.) 
Rates of fare : 

Litigation concerning increases in rates : 

(For matters relating to special counsel, ex- 
perts, etc., employed in connection with 
the litigation, see under the heading 
"Law, Department of".) 
Appropriation for the payment of necessary ex- 
penses in connection with the litigation. 

See G227 

Subject-matter of a communication from the 
Corp. Counsel (suggesting a method of pro- 
cedure) (referred Jan. 18, 1922, p. 1661-2), 

Filed 753 

Subject-matter of a communication from the 
Corp. Counsel (giving a synopsis of work 
done in contesting the operating expenses and 
valuation of the roads, and suggesting that 
requests for the services of accountants on 
the work be honored) (referred Jan. 27, 

1922, pp. 1777-9), Filed 753 

Service betterment : direction for enforcement of existing 

ordinances. Resolution, to Local Trans 1544 

South Side Elevated Railroad Co. : 

Commercial buildings : permission for erection on 

rights of way. Ordinance, to Railroads 1012 

Motorbus lines : notice of application to the Illinois 
Commerce Commission for a certificate of con- 
venience and necessity to transport passengers 
by motor vehicles in certain streets in the City 
of Chicago as extensions to its service. Come. 
(A. L. Gardner) and Ordinance, to Local Trans. 

943-4 

Street lighting system (ornamental) on E. 63rd St., 
between South Park av. and Stony Island av. : 
authority for contract for installation and oper- 
ation. Ordinance, Passed 1638-40 

Strike of employes. (See under the heading "Strikes".) 
Subways for passenger transportation. (For data, if 

any, see the heading "Subways, passenger".) 
"Trustee Plan" of municipal operation of elevated rail- 
roads, etc. (For data, if any, see the notations under 
the heading "Local transportation".) 
Valuation placed on the roads by the Public Utilities 
Comn. : in the matter of contesting. (See the nota- 
tions under "Litigation, etc." under "Rates of fare", 
above.) 
Elevators: Sidewalk lifts. (See under the names of par- 

ticular streets and particular individuals, etc. For gen- 
eral data, if any, see under "Occupation of streets, alleys, 
sidewalks, etc." under the heading "Streets".) 
Elevators in buildings. (See under the heading "Buildings".) 
Elgin Sales Corp. : Sale of eductors to the City. Order, 

Passed 744 

Elizabeth st. : 

Paving, from W. 87th st. to W. 89th st. (See "Paving, 
from Vincennes av. to S. Ashland av., etc." under the 
heading "Eighty-eighth st.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer at 205 ft. south of W. 
87th st. (See the notations under "Paving, from 
Vincennes av. to S. Ashland av., etc." under the 
heading "Eighty-eighth st.") 



Elizabeth st. : 

Sewer, from W. 115th st. to W. 113th pi. (See "Sewer, 
from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., etc." under the 
heading "One hundred seventh St.") 
Sidewalks, from W. 89th st. to W. 91st st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1041-2 

Water service pipes, between W. 87th st. and W. 89th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1884 

Water supply pipe, from W. 113th pi. to W. 114th pi. 

Ordinance, Passed 875-6 

Elks, Benevolent and Protective Order of : Blue Island 

Lodge No. 1331: banner. Order, Passed 1406 

Elliott, Mary B. : Vacation of part of an alley in O. G. 
Fox's Colorado Avenue Addn. to Chicago. (See under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Ellis av. : 

Opening of the street, from E. 95th st. to ES 93rd st. 
Order (directing the institution of condemnation pro- 
ceedings) , to B. L. 1 853 

Paving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. (See "Paving, 
from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st., etc." under the head- 
ing "M. iyland av.") 
Traffic, between E. 35th st. and E. 39th st. : prohibition 
against use of the street by heavy trucks and trailers. 

Order, Passed 1868 

Ellis, O. J. : Canopy. Order, Passed 641 

Ellis Stone Co.: Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. 1701 
Ellison Fireproof Storage Co.: Sign. Order, Passed. .. .1875 

Ellwood st. : Paving, from Kenilworth av. to Jarvis av. 
(See "Paving, from Ridge road to N. Western av., etc." 
under the heading "Chase av.") 
Elmwood Park : Protest against poor transportation service 
on the Grand av. street railway line. Come. (Village 

Clerk), to Local Trans 1620 

Elrich, Joe : Sign. Order, Passed 1872 

Elston av. : 

Canopy at No. 4830. (See under the heading "Rivoli 

Theatre".) 
Sidewalks, from N. Kilpatrick av. to N. Cicero av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 123 

Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
Tunnel under and across the street, north of Ingraham 
st. (See under the heading "American Hide & Lea- 
ther Co.") 
Water meter at Nos. 3551-3 : removal. Order, to Fin- 
ance : 868 

Passed 1659-60 

Water meter at No. 3954 : removal. Order (referred 

Jan. 18, 1922, p. 1725), Filed 624 

Water supply pipe, from N. Leamington av. to 83 ft. 

northwesterly. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from N. Moody av. to Matson av. (n. 

side) . Order, Passed 293-4 

Elston Avenue M. E. Church : Free permits for erection of 

church building. Order, Passed. 1363 

Emerald av. : 

Resurfacing of the street, from W. 70th st. to W. 71st 

st. Order, Passed 661 

Sidewalks, from W. Marquette road to W. 69th st. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 133 

Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 3100. (See under the 

heading "Union Garage".) 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from W. 95th st. to W. 97th st. 

Order, Passed 132 

Water supply pipe, from W. 95th st. to W. 96th st. 

Order, Passed 1817 

Emerald Avenue Presbyterian Church : Free permits for 

Sunday school building. Order, Passed 1146 

Emerson House Kindergarten & Day Nursery : Tag day. 
(See under the heading "Tag days".) 

Emid Cigar Factory : Sign. Order, Passed 652 

Emil, Rose: Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Emmett and Mulcrone : Addition to building. Order, 

Passed 1698 

Employes of the city. (See the heading "City employes".) 
Employment matters. (See the heading "Unemployment".) 

Empress Theatre Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed 1146 

Enamelware : Sale at retail by hardware stores. (See the 

ordinance licensing and regulating, noted under the head- 
ing "Hardware stores".) 



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Endicott Johnson Shoe Co., Inc., The : Sign. Order, 

Passed 230 

Engel, Ignatz : Driveways. Order, Passed 1028 

Engelthaler, Joseph : Reward for meritorious services. 

Resolution, to Finance 267 

Engineering', Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual) . See 

2289-90, 2299-2300, 2317, 2319-38 

Appropriations (supplementary). See.... 82, 706-7, 717, 1157 
Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Bridges and viaducts : 

Adams st. bridge : appropriations for construction I 
work in connection with the erection of new 
bridg* See 707, 2299 

Adams St. bridge : direction for the preparation of 
specifications and advertisement for bids on an 
adaptable movable bridge. Order, Passed ...1685 

Adams st. bridge : direction for submission of a 
report on the condition of the bridge. Or- 
der, Passed 1689 

Addison st. bridge : settlement of claims on contract 
for substructure (Paschen Brothers). Order, 
Passed 543 

Appropriations for maintenance, inspections, repairs, 
etc., of bridges and viaducts. (See the appro- 
priations for the Bureau of Engineering, noted 
above.) 

Bond issue ($3,400,000) for the construction of 
bridges and viaducts : authority for issuance and 
provision for submission to a referendum vote. 

Subst. Ordinance, Passed 138-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See. 289 
(For the result of the referendum vote, see 
p. 600.) 

Ordinance (authorizing a reduction in the 
interest rate on the bonds), Passed 730-1 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Bridget enders. (For data, if any, see under "Em- 
ployes" under the heading "Rivers and Harbors, 
Bureau of".) 

California av. bridge (Sanitary District Canal) : con- 
struction, by the City, of approaches to a pro- 
posed bridge. Resolution (referred July 8, 
1921, p. 748) , Filed 25 

California av. bridge (Sanitary District Canal) : sug- 
gestion for construction of a fixed-type bridge. 
Resolution, to Efficiency 1988 

Cicero av. bridge (Sanitary District Canal) : con- 
struction, by the City, of approaches to a pro- 
posed bridge. Resolution (referred July 8, 
1921, p. 748) , Filed 25 

Cicero av. bridge (Sanitary District Canal) : sugges- 
tion for construction of a fixed-type bridge. 
Resolution, to Efficiency 1988 

Clark st. approach to W. South Water st. upper level. 
(See the ordinance providing for the improve- 
ment of South Water St., noted under the head- 
ing "South Water st.") 

Clark st. bridge : appropriation for erection of bar- 
riers of yielding type. See 2290 

Clark st. bridge : digging of cable trenches (Fitz- 
Simons & Connell Dredge & Dock Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 1416 

Clark st. bridge : rebuilding, etc. of south abutment 
and south approach span. (See the ordinance 
providing for the improvement of South Water 
st., noted under the heading "South Water St.") 

Crawford av. bridge : appropriations for surveys, 
preliminary plans and estimates of approaches 
to proposed bridge. See 2300 

Crawford av. bridge (Sanitary District Canal) : con- 
struction, by the City, of approaches to a pro- 
posed bridge. Resolution (referred July 8, 
1921, p. 748), Filed 25 



Engineering, Bureau of: 

Bridges and viaducts : 

Crawford av. bridge (Sanitary District Canal) : di- 
rection for submission of progress reports on 
construction. Orders, Passed 1702 

Crawford av. bridge (Sanitary District Canal) : di- . 
rection for the calling of a conference for con- 
sideration of matters relating to construction. 
Order, Passed 1887 

Crawford av. bridge (Sanitary District Canal) : di- 
rection for an appropriation of $50,000 for sur- 
vey and plans in connection with the construct- 
ion of the bridge. Order, to Finance 1888 

Crawford av. bridge (Sanitary District Canal) : sug- 
gestion for construction of a fixed-type bridge. 
Resolution, to Efficiency 1988 

Dearborn st. approach to W. South Water st. upper 
level. (See the ordinance providing for the im- 
provement of South Water St., noted under the 
heading "South Water st.") 

Dearborn st. bridge : rebuilding, etc. of south abut- 
ment and south approach span. (See the ordi- 
nance providing for the improvement of South 
Water St., noted under the heading "South 
Water st.") 

Eggleston av. bridge : direction for construction of 
cement in lieu of frame bridge across Auburn 
Park Lakes. Order, to Parks 1318 

Eggleston av. bridge : appropriation for construction. 

See 2290 

Federal st. approach to W. South Water st. upper 
level. (See the ordinance providing for the im- 
provement of South Water st., noted under the 
heading "South Water st.") 

Fixed bridges : direction for study of savings and 
transportation tendencies in connection with the 
substitution of fixed bridges for movable bridges. 
Resolution, Adopted 1869-70 

Fixed and movable bridges : direction for submission 
of estimates of comparative costs of installation, 
depreciation, maintenance and operation. Or- 
der, Passed 1988 

Franklin st. approach to W. South Water st. upper 
level. (See the ordinance providing for the im- 
provement of South Water St., noted under the 
heading "South Water St.") 

Franklin-Orleans st. bridge : appropriations for pay- 
ment of claims and for paving south approach. 
See 2299 

Franklin-Orleans st. bridge : reconstruction of the 
southerly abutment. (See the ordinance pro- 
viding for the improvement of South Water St., 
noted under the heading "South Water St.") 

Franklin-Orleans st. bridge : settlement of claims in 
connection with contract for installation of 
electrical machinery and equipment (C. H. Nor- 
wood) . Order, Passed 541 

Fullerton av. bridge : dredging of the Chicago River 
at the bridge (FitzSimons & Connell Dredge 
& Dock Co.). Order, Passed 1416 

Halsted st. (N.) bridge: purchase of iron and steel 

(A. M. Castle & Co.). Order, Passed 1793 

Halsted st. (N.) bridge : purchase of steel punchings 

(Feinberg & Kahn, Inc.). Order, Passed ..2028-9 

Halsted st. (N.) bridge : purchase of structural steel 

(Hansell-Elcock Co.). Order, Passed 1970-1 

Harrison st. bridge : installation of concrete base 
and sandstone paving on City's portion of the 
east approach (Geo. P. Cullen, Inc.). Order, 
Passed 534 

Lake st. bridge : in the matter of payment of com- 
pensation by the Chicago & Oak Park Elevated 
R. R. Co. for the construction and use of the 
bridge. Come. (Corp. Counsel), to Local 
Trans 989 

Lake st. bridge : reconstruction of east approach 
span, etc. (See the ordinance providing for the 
improvement of South Water St., noted under 
the heading "South Water st.") 



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Engineering', Bureau of: 

Bridges and viaducts : 

LaSalle st. approach to W. South Water st. upper 
level. (See the ordinance providing for the im- 
provement of South Water St., noted under the 
heading "South Water st.") 

LaSalle st. bridge : direction for an appropriation for 

construction. Order, to Finance 1228 

Madison st. bridge : appropriation for completion of 

construction work. See 2300 

Madison st. bridge : appropriation for the completion 
of construction work, and for miscellaneous ex- 
penses in connection with the issuance of bonds. 
See .- 707 

Madison st. bridge : change of grade of the east ap- 
proach. Ordinance, Passed 717-18 

Madison st. bridge : payment for installation of tem- 
porary apparatus for the operation of leaves 
(Norwood-Noonan Co.). Order, Passed ....532-3 

Madison st. bridge : payment for additional work 
on bridge houses (Ralph H. Simpson). Or- 
der, Passed 1245 

Madison st. bridge : reconstruction of east approach. 

Ordinance, to Finance 503 

Madison st. bridge : release of a portion of reserve 
on contract for the construction of superstruc- 
ture (The Ketler-Elliott Co.). Order, Passed 718 

Michigan av. bridge : appropriation for completion 
of heating and plumbing installation in bridge 
houses and comfort stations in bridge towers. 
See 2306 

Michigan av. bridge : direction for the submission of 
an appropriate name for the bridge. Resolu- 
tion (referred Dec. 14, 1921, p. 1453), Filed 1300 

Michigan av. bridge : purchase of sundry material 

(Link-Belt Co.). Order, Passed 535 

Movable bridges : direction for study of savings and 
transportation tendencies in connection with the 
substitution of fixed bridges for movable bridges. 
Resolution, Adopted 1869-70 

Movable and fixed bridges : direction for submission 
of estimates of comparative costs of installation, 
depreciation, maintenance and operation. Or- 
der, Passed 1988 

Normal av. bridge : direction for construction of ce- 
ment in lieu of frame bridge across Auburn 
Park Lakes. Order, to Parks 1318 

Normal av. bridge : appropriation for construc- 
tion. See 2290 

One hundred thirty-fourth st. bridge : appropriation 
for erection of bridge across the Calumet River. 
See 2290 

One hundredth st. bridge : appropriation for prepara- 
tion of plans, etc. for bridge across the Calumet 
River. See 2290 

Progress on bridge and viaduct construction. Re- 
port (June, 1921) (referred July 22, 1921, p. 

785), Filed 25 

Report (Dec, 1921) (referred Jan. 11, 1922, 
p. 1603) , Filed 25 

Randolph st. bridge : purchase of structural steel 

(Sprague Iron Works). Order, Passed 1965 

Repair of bridges : appropriation (supplementary) 

for the work. See 706 

Roosevelt road bridge : 

Appropriations for construction work, including 

the dredging of the river. See 706, 2299 

Cable trenches : acceptance of bid for digging 
(FitzSimons & Connell Dredge and Dock 

Co.) . Order, Passed 1416 

Progress report on construction work : direction 

for submission. Order, Passed 1473 

Specifications for an adaptable movable bridge : 
direction for preparation of specifications 
and advertisement for bids. Order, 
Passed 1685 

Roosevelt road viaduct : 

Appropriations for construction work. See 

706, 2299 



Engineering 1 , Bureau of: 

Bridges and viaducts : 

Roosevelt road viaduct : 

B. & O. C. T. R. R. Co. : in the matter of the ad- 
justment of differences between the City, 
the Union Station Co. and the B. & O. C. T. 
R. R. Co. relative to changes in the grade 
of the viaduct. Ordinance (covering ac- 
ceptance by the B. & O. C. T. R. R. Co. of 
a change in the grade of the viaduct, etc.), 

Deferred and Pub 241-2 

To Railroads '. 520 

Filed 1862-3 

Amendment, to Railroads 486 

Filed 1862-3 

Comes. (Chicago Railway Terminal 
Comn. and the B. & O. C. T. R. R. Co.), 

Pub. and Filed * 484-6 

Order (directing action to cause con- 
struction), Passed 1918-19 

Cement: authority for purchase (Garden City 

Sand Co.). Order, Passed 1969 

Metal railing: authority for erection (Ralph H. 

Simpson Co.) . Order, Passed 2371 

Paving material ("Durax") : authority for pur- 
chase (Harris Granite Quarries Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 1551-2 

Progress report on construction work : direction 

for submission. Order, Passed 1473 

Reinforcing steel : authority for purchase (Jones 

& Laughlin Steel Co.). Order, Passed. . .1156 
Scrap material of the old viaduct : authority for 
sale (Alton Iron and Metal Co.). Order, 

Passed KOJJ6 

Scrap material of the old viaduct : authority 

for sale (Max Wexelman). Order, Passed 2350 
Steel (reinforcing) : authority for purchase 
(Joseph T. Ryerson & Son or Illinois Steel 

Co.) . Order, Passed 1552 

Steel (structural) : authority for purchase (The 

Ketler-Elliott Co.). Order, Passed 1965 

State st. approach to South Water st. upper level. 
(See the ordinance providing for the improve- 
ment of South Water st., noted under the head- 
ing "South Water st.") 
State st. bridge : construction of stairways and pier 
at the southerly corners. (See the ordinance 
providing for the improvement of South Water 
St., noted under the heading "South Water St.") 
State st. viaduct, between South Water st. and the 
south anchor pier of the N. State st. bridge. (See 
the ordinance providing for the improvement of 
South Water st., noted under the heading "South 
Water st.") 
Street intersections in the "Loop" district : direction 
for submission of an ordinance providing for the 
construction of overhead jack-knife bridges for 
the purpose of relieving traffic congestion. 

Resolution, to S. & A 1218 

Filed 2189 

Throop st. bridge : direction for repair of sidewalks 

on approaches. Order, Passed 574 

Torrence av. and E. 134th st. : in the matter of the 
construction of a bridge. Come. (Samuel K. 

Markham) and Order, to Finance .1221 

Wabash av. approach to E. South Water st. upper 
level. (See the ordinance providing for the im- 
provement of South Water St., noted under the 
heading "South Water st.") 
Wabash av. bridge : direction for construction. Or- 
der (referred Jan. 18, 1922, p. 1717), Filed 25 

Wabash av. bridge : estimate of the cost of construct- 
ing. Report of the C. P. W. (referred March 

3, 1922, pp. 12050-1), Filed 1300 

Wells st. approach to W. South Water st. upper level. 
(See the ordinance providing for the improve- 
ment of South Water St., noted under the head- 
ing "South Water st.") 
Wells st. bridge : appropriations for the completion of 

construction work. See 706, 2299 

Wells st. bridge : appropriation for payment of claims 

in connection with superstructure. See 2299 



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Engineering', Bureau of: 
Bridges and viaducts : 

Wells st. bridge : appropriation for final payment for 
dredging the Chicago River and for removal of 
center pier at the bridge (FitzSimons & Con- 
nell Dredge & Dock Co.). Ordinance, Passed 82 

Report of newspaper publication. See 289 

Wells st. bridge : in the matter of the payment of 
compensation by the Northwestern Elevated R. 
R. Co. for the use of the bridge. Come. 

(Corp. Counsel), to Local Trans 989 

Wells st. bridge : rearrangement of machinery, stair- 
ways, etc., at the southerly end of the bridge. 
(See the ordinance providing for the improve- 
ment of South Water St., noted under the head- 
ing "South Water st.' - ) 
Wells st. bridge : settlement of claims in connection 
with construction of superstructure (Ketler- 
Elliott Co. and Andrews Engineering Co.). 

Order, Passed 2372-3 

Construction Division Capital Account. (For data, if 
any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading "Fin- 
ance".) 
Construction, repairs, upkeep, etc. : 

Appropriations for construction work. (See the ap- 
propriations for the Bureau of Engineering, noted 
above.) 
Water service pipes and water supply pipes. (See 
under "Water system", below.) 
Cribs. (For data, if any, see under "Water system", 

below.) 
Designing Division Capital Account. (For data, if any, 
see "Capital accounts" under the the heading "Fin- 
ance".) 
Dirt (excavated) : contract for removal (Conrad Otten- 

hoff ) . Order, Passed 1174 

Employes : 

Bridge designing engineers : authority for employ- 
ment. Order, Passed 1154 

Clerk (junior) : increase in salary rate. Order, 

Passed 1155 

Clerk, principal (Water Pipe Ext. Div.) : increase in 

salary rate. Order, Passed 81-2 

Clerk, senior (Water Pipe Ext. Div.) : increase in 

salary rate. Order, Passed 53G 

Designers, detailer and tracer (Designing Div.) : 

authority for employment. Order, Passed. .. .1245 
Engineer, junior (Water Pipe Ext. Div.) : increase in 

salary rate. Order, Passed 532 

Engineer of Water Works Construction : compensa- 
tion for maintenance of a personally-owned auto- 
mobile. Order, Passed 1154 

Hoisting engineer (22nd St. Pumping Station) : au- 
thority for employment. Order, Passed 1155 

Hydrant inspectors : direction for an increase in sal- 
ary rate. Order (referred Feb. 1, 1922, p. 

1841), Filed 753 

Mining inspectors : increase in salary rate. Order, 

Passed 718 

Overtime : authority for payment. Order, Passed 1416 

Pile driver firemen : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 466 

Plasterers' laborers : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 466 

Sheet metal workers (municipal shops) : claim. 

Filed 1797 

Stenographer (junior) : increase in salary rate. 

Order, Passed 1372 

Structural Iron inspectors : authority for employ- 

■ men t. Order, Passed 466 

Sundry mechanics : authority for employment. Or- 
der, Passed 531-2 

Equipment : 

Automobiles (Ford) : authority for purchase, and ex- 
change of old automobiles in part payment (S. 

& L. Motor Co.). Order, Passed 533-4 

Amended 619 

Automobile (Lincoln) : authority for purchase (Tho- 
mas J. Hay). Order, Passed 47-8 

Amended 82 

Automobile trucks : authority for purchase (The 
White Co. and Mack-International Motor Truck 
Co.). Order, Passed 47-8 



Engineering, Bureau of: 

Equipment : 

Condenser tanks : authority for purchase (Lasker 

Iron Works). Order, Passed... 1969 

Doors: authority for purchase (National Copper and 

Steel Tank Works). Order, Passed 1602-3 

Excavating machine : authority for purchase, and ex- 
change of old machine in part payment (Austin 
Machinery Corp.). Order, Passed 1789 

Grappling hooks : authority for equipment of bridge 
tenders' houses with grappling hooks, on recom- 
mendation of a Coroner's Jury in the case of 
death by drowning of Theodore Chruscial. Or- 
der, Passed 479-80 

Hose : transfers of condemned hose from the Fire 

Department. Orders, Passed 1373,1789 

Locomotives, steam : authority for purchase (Blooms- 
burg Locomotive Works). Order, Passed 1156 

Pipe-cutting machine : authority for purchase (A. P. 

Smith Co.). Order, Passed 2371 

Rotor for turbine engine : authority for purchase 

(Kerr Turbine Co.). Order, Passed 12026 

Steel: authority for purchase (A. M. Castle Co.). 

Order, Passed 2375 

Steel tubes: authority for purchase (Chicago Tube & 

Iron Co.). Order, Passed 1604 

"Stop" signs for bridges : authority for purchase 
(Chicago Railway Signal & Supply Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 551 

Valve boxes : authority for purchase (J. B. Clow & 

Son) . Order, Passed 1377 

Wheels (Morand cushion) : authority for purchase 
(The White Co. and Mack International Motor 

Truck Co.). Order, Passed 47-8 

Heating and power plant, municipal. (For data, if any, 

see "Power and heating plant, municipal", below.) 
Leases of premises. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "City property, leases, etc.") 
Marshall boul. municipal plant : 

Appropriation for completion of repairs authorized 
in 1922, for pavement repairs, for rehabilitation 
of switch tracks and for new roof and sides on 
iron storage shed. See 2332 

Appropriations for operation, maintenance, etc. (See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Engineer- 
ing, noted above.) 

Ashes and refuse : contract for removal (T. Francis 

Murphy) . Order, Passed 2371 

Capital account. (For data, if any, see "Capital 
accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 

Cinders: contract for removal (T. Francis Murphy). 

Order (for Jan., 1923) Passed 1745-6 

(Journal corrected, p. 1771.) 

Order (for Feb., 1923), Passed 1972 

Order (for March, 1923), Passed 2029 

Crane: payment of balance due on purchase (S. P. 

Harding) . Order, Passed 730 

Foundry, municipal. (For data, if any, see "Shops, 

municipal", below.) 
Power and heating plant, municipal. (For data, if 
any, see "Power and heating plant, municipal", 
below.) 
Shops, municipal. (For data, if any, see "Shops, 

municipal", below.) 
Warehouse, municipal. (For data, if any, see "Ware- 
house, municipal", below.) 
Municipal foundry. (For data, if any, see "Shops, muni- 
cipal", below.) 
Municipal plant. (See "Marshall boul. municipal plant", 

above.) 
Municipal power and heating plant. (For data, if any, 

see "Power and heating plant, municipal", below.) 
Municipal shops. (For data, if any, see "Shops, munici- 
pal", below.) 
Municipal Shops Capital Account. (For data, if any, see 
"Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 
Municipal warehouse. (For data, if any, see "Warehouse, 

municipal", below.) 
Power and heating plant, municipal : Appropriations 
for operation, maintenance, etc. (See the appropria- 
tions for the Bureau of Engineering, noted above.) 



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Engineering 1 , Bureau of: 

Pumping stations : 

Appropriations for maintenance, operation, etc. I See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Engineer- 
ing, noted above.) 

Central Park Av. Station : appropriation for comple- 
tion of installation of chlorinating plant. See 
2331 

Central Park Av. Station : appropriation for comple- 
tion of installation of coal crusher and feeder, 
for changes in boiler room pump, for installation 
of new centrifugal pump, for flooring, etc. 
See 2332 

Central Park Av. Station : contract for the removal 
of ashes and refuse (T. Francis Murphy). Or- 
der, Passed 2371 

Central Park Av. Station : contract for the removal 
of cinders (T. Francis Murphy) . Order (for 

Jan., 1923), Passed 1745-6 

(Journal corrected, p. 1771.) 

Order (for Feb., 1923), Passed 1972 

Order (for March, 1923) , Passed 2029 

Central Park Av. Station : erection of platforms 

(Ralph H. Simpson Co.). Order, Passed 1792 

Central Park Av. Station : payment for remodeling 

of chlorinating equipment. Order, Passed. . . . 533 

Central Park Av. Station : payment of unpaid bills 
for coal (Pottinger-Flynn Coal Co.). Order, 
Passed 1554-5 

Central Park Av. Station : purchase of stoker parts 
(American Engineering Co.). Order, Passed. 
2375-6 

Central Park Av. Station : purchase of a shaper (E. 

L. Essley Machinery Co.). Order, Passed. . .1753 

Chicago Av. Station : appropriation for completion of 
installation of oil-burning equipment, for remov- 
al of old boilers and piping, for new floors, etc. 
See 2332 

Chicago Av. Station : contract for the removal of 
cinders (Frenzel Brothers). Order (for Jan., 

1923), Passed 1745-6 

(Journal corrected, p. 1771.) 

Order (for Feb., 1923), Passed 1972 

Order (for March, 1923), Passed 2029 

Chicago Av. Station : payment of additional compen- 
sation for coal (Pottinger-Flynn Coal Co.). 
Order, Passed 545 

Chicago Av. Station : payment for remodeling of 

chlorinating equipment. Order, Passed 533 

Fourteenth St. Station : appropriation for completion 

of installation of chlorinating plant. See 2331 

Fourteenth St. Station : construction of a new chlo- 
rine booth. Order, Passed 1745 

Fourteenth St. Station : contract for the removal of 
ashes and refuse (Palumbo & Sons) . Order, 
Passed 2371 

Fourteenth St. Station : contract for the removal of 
cinders (H. P. Richelsen Co.). Order (for 

Jan., 1923), Passed 1745-6 

(Journal corrected, p. 1771.) 

Order (for Feb., 1923), Passed 1972 

Order (for March, 1923), Passed i 2029 

Fourteenth St. Station: payment of additional com- 
pensation for coal (Pottinger-Flynn Coal Co.). 
Order, Passed 544-5 

Harrison St. Station : contract for the removal of 
ashes and refuse (H. P. Richelsen). Order, 
Passed 2371 

Harrison St. Station : contract for the removal of 
cinders (H. P. Richelsen Co.). Order (for 

Jan., 1923) , Passed 1745-6 

(Journal corrected, p. 1771.) 

Order (for Feb., 1923), Passed 1972 

Order (for March, 1923) , Passed 2029 

Harrison St. Station : payment of additional compen- 
sation for coal (Pottinger-Flynn Coal Co.). 
Order, Passed 545 

Lake View Station :■ appropriation for purchase of 

damper regulators, boilers, etc. See 2331 

Lake View Station : contract for the removal of ashes 

and refuse (Frenzel Bros.). Order, Passed. .2371 



Engineering', Bureau of: 

Pumping stations : 

Lake View Station : contract for the removal of cind- 
ers (Frenzel Brothers). Order (for Jan., 

1923), Passed 1745-6 

(Journal corrected, p. 1771.) 

Order (for Feb., 1923), Passed 1972 

Order (for March, 1923), Passed 2029 

Lake View Station : payment of additional compensa- 
tion for coal (Pottinger-Flynn Coal Co.). Or-i 
der, Passed 545 

Lake View Station : purchase of C. O. 2 Meter. 

Order, Passed 2374-5 

Mayfair Station : appropriation for completion of in- 
stallation of coal-weighing equipment and for 
construction of additional coal track. See... 2332 

Mayfair Station : payment of unpaid bill for coal 

(Pottinger-Flynn Coal Co.). Order, Passed. 1554-5 

Mayfair Station : purchase of automatic coal scales 

(Richardson Scale Co.). Order, Passed 534 

Amended 1155-6 

Mayfair Station : purchase of structural steel (Na- 
tional Copper & Steel Tank Works). Order, 
Passed 1604-5 

Pershing road at S. Western Avenue boul. : purchase 
or condemnation of a site for a station. Or- 
der, Recommitted to Finance 1330 

Roseland Station : appropriation for payment of con- 
tract liabilities and for completion of switch 
track. See 2331 

Roseland Station : contract for re-arrangement of 
tracks and installation of a new track (Chicago 
& Western Indiana Railroad Co.). Order, 
Passed 1156 

Sixty-eighth St. Station : appropriation for construc- 
tion work, alterations, etc. See 2331 

Sixty-eighth St. Station : contract for the removal of 
cinders (T. Francis Murphy). Order (for 

Jan., 1923) , Passed 1745-6 

(Journal corrected, p. 1771.) 

Order (for Feb., 1923), Passed 1972 

Order (for March, 1923) , Passed 2029 

Sixty-eighth St. Station : contract for roofing (Illinois 

Fireproof Covering Co.). Order, Passed. .. .1606-7 

Sixty -eighth St. Station : payment for remodeling of 

chlorinating equipment. Order, Passed 533 

Sixty-eighth St. Station : payment of unpaid bill for 
coal (Pottinger-Flynn Coal Co.). Order, 
Passed 1554-5 

Sixty-eighth St. Station : purchase of fuel oil ( Jewett 

& Sowers Oil Co.). Order, Passed 1752 

Sixty-eighth St. Station : purchase of radiation (Har- 
ris Bros. Co.). Order, Passed 1371 

Springfield Av. Station : appropriation for the comple- 
tion of installation of fish screens, for the pur- 
chase of regulators and for the construction of 
floors. See : 2332 

Springfield Av. Station : contract for the removal of 
ashes and refuse (Lorenz Bros. Co.). Order, 
Passed .■ 2371 

Springfield Av. Station : contract for the removal of 
cinders (Frenzel Brothers). Order (for Jan., 

1923), Passed 1745-6 

(Journal corrected, p. 1771.)' 

Order (for Feb., 1923 ) , Passed 1972 

Order (for March, 1923) , Passed 2029 

Springfield Av. Station : payment for remodeling of 

chlorinating equipment. Order, Passed 533 

Swimming pools at pumping stations. (For data, if 
any, see under "Swimming pools" under the head- 
ing "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, 
Bureau of".) 
Thompson (Wm. Hale) Station : advertisement for 
purchase of water pipe, castings and valves. 
Order, Passed 1744-5 

Twenty-second St. Station : appropriation for com- 
pletion of changes in heating and hot water sys- 
tems, repairs to floors, etc. See 2331 

Twenty-second St. Station : contract for the removal 
of cinders (H. P. Richelsen Co.). Order (for 

Jan., 1923), Passed 1745-6 

(Journal corrected, p. 1771.) 

Order (for Feb., 1923 ) , Passed 1972 

Order (for March, 1923) , Passed 2029 



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Engineering', Bureau of: 

Pumping stations : 

Twenty-second St. Station : contract for wrecking 
and removal of water tower (General Wrecking 
& Lumber Co.). - Order, Passed 536 

Twenty-second St. Station : purchase of an air pump 

(Connersville Blower Co.). Order, Passed.. 9U 

Twenty-second St. Station : purchase of steel stack 
and boiler connections (Conroy Boiler and Tank 
Works). Order, Passed 1604 

Western Avenue boul. at W. Pershing road : purchase 
or condemnation of a site for a station. Or- 
der, Recommitted to Finance 1330 

Western Av. Station (proposed) : appropriation for 
necessary studies, purchase of real estate and 
construction. See 2331 

Western Av. Station (proposed) : appropriations for 

feeder mains. See . .' 2336-7 

Shops, municipal : 

Appropriations for operation, maintenance, etc. (See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Engineer- 
ing, noted above.) 

Capital account. (For data, if any, see "Capital 
accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 

Police and water works shops : remodeling for gar- 
age purposes for use by the Bureau of Streets. 
Order, Passed 668 

Twenty-third st. and S. Ashland av. : remodeling for 
garage purposes for use by the Bureau of Streets. 
Order, Passed 668 

Water Meter Shops: purchase of gate valves (Nelson 

Valve Co.). Order, Passed 1965 

Work formerly done in the shops : protest against 
sending out. Come, from the Municipal 
Knights of Equity of Chicago (referred Dec. 28, 

1921, p. 1486), Filed 753 

Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Brass and bronze: authority for sale (Rosenberg 

Iron & Metal Co.). Order, Passed 17-18 

Castings : authority for purchase (T. A. Cummings 

Foundry Co.). Order, Passed 1325-6 

Cement : authority for purchase (Garden City Sand 

Co.). Orders, Passed 1723, 2028, 2164-5 

Chlorine (liquid) : authority for purchase (Hooker 

Electrochemical Co.) . Order, Passed 1551 

Order (authorizing additional purchases), 
Passed 1322-3 

Coal : authority for purchase (Mortimer B. Flynn 

Coal Co.). Order, Passed 1788 

Coal: authority for purchase (New Kentucky Coal 

Co.). Order, Passed ' 1&50 

Conduit: authority for purchase (Commonwealth 

Edison Co.). Order, Passed 1418 

Engine oil: authority for purchase (Sinclair Refining 

Co.) . Order, Passed 1964 

Explosives : authority for purchase (General Explo- 
sives Co.). Order, Passed 1964 

Hydrant and valve castings : authority for purchase 
(T. A. Cummings Foundry Co.). Order, 
Passed 535 

Lumber: authority for purchase (Edward Hines Lum- 
ber Co., Thornton-Claney Lumber Co. and Lord 
& Bushnell Co.). Order, Passed 1745 

Lumber : payment for purchase (Edward Hines Lum- 
ber Co.). Order, Passed 535-6 

Paint: authority for purchase (Garden City Sand 

Co.). Order, Passed 1172-3 

Pig lead : authority for purchase (Illinois Smelting 

& Refining Co.) . Order, Passed 1173 

Pipe: authority for purchase (United States Cast- 
iron Pipe and Foundry Co.). Order, Passed. 2370-1 

ripe and fittings : purchases in quantity by the Busi- 
ness Agent. (See under the heading "Supplies, 
Dept. of.) 

Rubber goods : extension of contract for purchase 
(Western Packing & Supply Co.). Order, 
Passed 533 

Sand and gravel: authority for purchase (American 

Sand & Gravel Co.). Orders, Passed. .1723, 2375 

Shut-off boxes and parts : authority for purchase (H. 

Mueller Mfg. Co.). Order, Passed 1788 

Steel sheet piling: authority for sale (J. L. Hench 

& Co.). Order, Passed... 1156-7 

Valves : authority for purchase (Western Packing 

& Supply Co.). Order, Passed 1788-9 



Engineering-, Bureau of: 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Tug service: authority for contracts (James Rolson). 

Orders, Passed 1752, 1793, 1964-5, 2028 

Tunnels, water. (For data, if any, see under "Water 

system", below.) 
Viaducts. (See "Bridges and viaducts", above.) 
Water system : 

Bills for water rates. (For data, if any, see "Rates", 
below.) 

Blue Island Av. Tunnel : extension of contract for 
pumping water (Atlas Brewing Co.). Ordi- 
nance, to Finance 238 

Passed 708 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry. Co. : use of City 

water. Order, Passed 1537-8 

Chlorinating plants at pumping stations. (For data, 
if any, see under "Pumping stations", above.) 

Chlorine (liquid) for the chlorination of City water. 
(For data, if any, see under "Supplies, etc.", 
above.) 

Cribs : appropriations for maintenance, operation, 
etc. (See the appropriations for the Bureau of _ 
Engineering, noted above.) 

Discounts for the prompt payment of bills. (For 
data, if any, see under "Rates", below.) 

Edgebrook, Village of : water supply from mains of 

the City of Chicago. Order, to Finance.... 255 

Fire hydrants. (For hydrants at particular locations, 
see under the names of particular streets.) 

Fire hydrants : direction for consideration of the mat- 
ter of the installation of shower sprays, at- 
tached to hydrants, in the congested districts of 
the City. Order, Passed 1357 

Flushing of streets. (See under the heading 
"Streets".) 

Forest Preserve District : free use of City water at 
the Edgebrook Golf Grounds. Order, to Fin- 
ance 116 

Filed 1115 

Free use of water. (See under the names of parti- 
cular individuals, etc.) 

Harrison (Carter H.) Crib: appropriation for the 

construction of an additional intake. See. .2331 

Harrison (Carter H.) Crib: appropriation for comple- 
tion of work on landing platform. See 2331 

Harrison (Carter H.) Crib: purchase of coal (New 

Kentucky Coal Co.). Order, Passed 1376 

Harrison (Carter H.) Crib: purchase of a fog bell 
ringer (Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Co.). 
Order, Passed 551 

Harrison (Carter H.) Crib: purchase of structural 

iron (Ralph H. Simpson Co.). Order, Passed 551-::! 

Harrison (Carter H.) Crib : purchase of guy rope and 
wire rope clips (A. Leschen & Sons Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 552 

Hydrants in streets. (See "Fire hydrants", above.) 

Improvement associations: free use of water. (See 
under the names of the particlar associations.) 

Niles, Village of : water supply from mains of the 
City of Chicago. (See under the heading "Niles, 
Village of".) 

Pumping stations. (See "Pumping stations", above.) 

Rates : agreement not to reduce rates while a certain 
issue of water certificates remains unpaid. 
Ordinance, Passed 93-4 

Rates for certain classes of lodging houses fixed on a 

frontage basis. Ordinance, Passed 750 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 1058 

Service pipes. (For service pipes in particular 
streets, see the notations under the names of the 
respective streets.) 

Service pipes : regulations for the kind and use of 
lead pipe, stop-cocks and buffalo boxes in con- 
nection with installations. Ordinance, Passed 276 

(Journal corrected, p. 285.) 
Vetoed and to S. & A 286 

Seventy-third St. Tunnel. (For data, if any, see 
"Southwest Land Tunnel", below.) 

Southwest Land Tunnel : appropriation for continua- 
tion of construction work. See... 2331 



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Engineering-, Bureau of: 
Water system : 

Southwest Land Tunnel : installation of additional 
transformer capacity, etc. (Commonwealth Edi- 
son Co.). Order, Passed 1245 

Amended 1536 

Southwest Land Tunnel : purchase of crusher and 
elevator (Austin Manufacturing Co.). Order, 

Passed 1323 

Southwest Land Tunnel : purchase of magnetic con- 
trols and hoisting resistances (Westinghouse 

Electric & Mfg. Co.). Order, Passed 534-5 

Southwest Land Tunnel : purchase of cement (Garden 

City Sand Co.) . Order, Passed 1969 

Southwest Land Tunnel : repair of huildings where 

damages occur due to blasting Order, Passed 536 
Sprinkling of streets. (See under the heading 

"Streets".) 
Sprinkling of yards and lawns adjoining school 
buildings between 8 A. M. and 5 P. M. : request 
for renewal of permit. Come. (Board of Edu- 
cation), Pub 604 

Request, Granted • • 604 

Stickney, Village of : investigation of water short- 
age. Order, Passed 1011 

Come. (C. P. W.), to Finance 1269 

Filed 1797 

Supply pipes. (For supply pipes in particular 
streets and alleys, see the notations under the 
names of the respective streets and alleys.) 
Supply pipes : appropriation for the laying of supply 

pipes. (See under "Appropriations", above.) 
Supply pipes : tapping of supply pipes for the purpose 
of installing service pipes. (See under the names 
of particular individuals, etc.) 
Tunnels and tunnel plants and shafts : appropriations 
for maintenance, operation, etc. (See the ap- 
propriations for the Bureau of Engineering, 
noted above.) 
Two-Mile Crib : appropriation for removal of the crib. 

See 2331 

Two-Mile tunnel extension : appropriation for con- 
tinuation of construction of tunnel between the 
Two-Mile Crib and the Carter H. Harrison Crib. 

See 2331 

Water pipes: contract for cleaning (P. Nacey Co.). 

Order, Passed 81 

Western Av. Tunnel. (For data, if any, see "South- 
west Land Tunnel", above.) 
Wilson Av. Tunnel and Crib : appropriation for liab- 
ilities incurred in connection with construction 

work. See 2332 

Water Works Suspense Stock Account. (For data, if any, 
see "Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 
Engineers (Stationary), Board of Examiners of: 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2258 

Engineers' supplies. Sale at retail by hardware stores. 

(See the ordinance licensing and regulating, Doted under 
the heading "Hardware stores".) 

Englewood Harness Co.: Sign. Order. Passed 2099 

Englewood Hospital (Children's Ward) : Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 
English Evangelical Lutheran Church : Claim. Order, 

Passed 1323 

Enright, Patrick: Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Enterprise Marble Co. : Vacation of part of an alley in 
George Cleveland's Sub. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Ephpheta School for Deaf: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 
Equalization, State Board of. (See under the heading "Illinois, 

State of".) 
Equipment. (For equipment purchased for the various bu- 
reaus and departments, see the notations under the names 
of the respective bureau and departments.) 
Equitable Trust Company of Chicago : Deposits of City 
funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Erby (Wm.) & Sons Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 536 

Erie Chapel Institute: Tag day. (See under the heading 

"Tag days".) 
Erie Chapel, The : Use of N. Ada st. for playground pur- 
poses. Order, Passed 489 



Erie st. : 

Water meter at No. 1054 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1539 

Passed 1973-4 

Water meter at No. 1107 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 2038 

Water meter at No. 1219 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1227 

Passed 1659-60 

Erlinder, P. E. : Driveways. Order, Passed 997-8 

Ernst, Andrew J., Trustee : Vacation of part of an alley in 
Butterfield's Addn. to Chicago. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Erpenbeck & Segessman : Sale of leather belts to the City. 

Order, Passed 555 

Escanaba av. : Paving, from E. 87th st. to E. 91st st.. 

Ordinance, Passed 480 

Eschner, Morris : Bid for the purchase of property at 1642 
W. 47th st. Order (rejecting bid, referred April 10, 

1922, p. 2387) , Passed 711 

Essco Mfg. Co. : Sale of zone markers and a mushroom 

light to the City. Order, Passed 749 

Esserman, Lillian: Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Essex av. : 

Opening of the street across the B., P. & C. R. R. : di- 
rection for institution of condemnation proceedings. 

Order, to B. L. 1 1470 

Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 87th st. (See "Paving, 
from E'. 83rd st. to E. 87th st., etc." under the head- 
ing "Kingston av.") 
Sewer, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1537 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Essley (E. L.) Machinery Co.: Sale of a shaper to the 

City. Order, Passed 1753 

Estimates, Comptroller's and departmental. (See under the 

heading "Appropriations".) 
Euclid av. : 

Paving, from E. 84th st. to E. 86th st. (See "Paving, 
from E. 83rd st. to E. 85th st., etc." under the 
heading "East End av.") 
Paving, from E. 75th st. to the B. & O. R. R. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1871 

Paving, from 100 ft. north of E. 71st st. to 100 ft. south 
of E. 71st st. (See "Paving, from Stony Island av. 
to Yates av., etc." under the heading "Seventy-first 

St.") 

Eureka Tea Co. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1468 

Evangelical Church Preparatory College for the Ministry : 
Allotment of two retired horses of the Fire Dept. to the 
college. Order, Passed 1811 

Evangelical Lutheran Home Finding Society of Illinois : 
Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 

Evangelical Orphans and Old Peoples Home : Tag day. 
(See under the heading "Tag days".) 

Evangelischer Diakonie Verein of 111. : Conduit. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1237 

Acceptance and bond. See 1636 

Evanston Day Nursery: Tag day. (See under the heading 
"Tag days".) 

Evanston Railway Co. (See under the heading "Street rail- 
ways".) 

Evergreen av. : Traffic light (mushroom), at Wicker Park 

av. and Fowler st. Order, Passed 116 

Everitt, William W. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Evers, Edward : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1767 

Ewing av. : Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 9601. (See 
under the heading "South Chicago Garage and Machine 
Shop".) 

Examiners, Boards of : General office : transfers of funds. 
(See under the heading "Transfers of funds".) 

(For particular boards of examiners, see under 
the names of the respective boards.) 

Excelsior Motor Mfg. & Supply Co. : Sale of motorcycles 

to the City. Order, Passed 740 

Exchange av. : 

Relocation of tracks, widening of platform and construc- 
tion of a ticket office and station between E. 75th 
st. and E. 76th st. (See under "South Chicago Rail- 
road Co." under the heading "Railroads".) 

Sidewalks, from E. 87th st. to E. 91st st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 573 



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63 



Experts employed by the City. (For general data, if any, 
see under the heading "Chicago, City of". For experts 
employed by a particular department, bureau or commit- 
tee, see under the name of such department, bureau or 
committee.) 
Explosives : 

Blasting : permit fees fixed ; new applications required 
when changing from one location to another. Or- 
dinance (see p. 148), Passed 141-66 

Cartridges: sale at retail by hardware stores. (See the 
ordinance licensing and regulating, noted under the 
heading "Hardware stores".) 
Dealers in explosives : license fees and license period 

fixed. Ordinance (see pp. 147-8), Passed 141-66 

Fireworks : "colored fire" included within the provisions 
for the storage of fireworks ; use of fireworks per- 
mitted only for public display ; permits required. 

Ordinance (see pp. 148-9), Passed 141-66 

Investigation, etc., of the sale and distribution of ex- 
plosives used by safe-blowers. Order, Passed. . . .1697 
Transportation of explosives : requirement for removal of 
explosives landed at piers within eight hours after 
landing ; requirement that railroad cars be placarded 
as prescribed by .the Interstate Commerce Comn. 
Ordinance (see p. 14S), Passed 141-66 



F. 



Fabrizius, John: Driveway. Order, Passed 578 

Factories. (For general data, if any, see the heading "Manu- 
facturing establishments". For particular kinds of fac- 
tories see under the respective headings.) 

Fair Artificial Ice Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 267 

Fair, The: Santa Claus sign. Order, Passed 1301 

Fairbank (N. K.) Co., The: 

Coal conveyor belts, coal conveyer, coal hoppers and coal 
pit. Ordinance (referred Dec. 29, 1920, p. 1474), 

Filed 2189 

Pipe bridge, sprinkler pipe, conduit and pipe. Ordi- 
nance (referred Nov. 124, 1920, p. 1063), Filed 2189 

Fairbanks ct. : Sidewalks, from E. Chicago av. to E. Hu- 
ron st. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed 1228-9 

Fairbanks Morse & Co. : Sale of a truck scale to the City. 

Order, Passed 1973 

Fairbanks, R. W. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1002 

Fairfield av. : 

Paving, from Albion av. to Pratt av. (See "Paving, from 
Albion av.' to Pratt av., etc." under the heading 
"Talman av.") 
Paving, from Arthington st. to Taylor st. Ordinance, 

Passed 243 

Paving, from the C, B. & Q. R. R. to W. 22nd st. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1913 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from Albion av. to Pratt av. Or- 
der, Passed 2123 

Water supply pipe, from W. 55th st. to W. 56th st. 

Order, Passed 1267-8 

Water supply pipe, from Taylor st. to Arthington st. 

Order, Passed 292-3 

Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church : 

Church building. Order, to Bldgs 662 

Passed 822 

Use of street. Order, Passed 499 

Faith Evangelical Lutheran Congregation. Free permits 

for erection of church building. Order, Passed 132 

Faith Lutheran Church : Free permits for erection of 

church building. Order, Passed 2197 

Falk, R. I. : Driveway (permission to R. I. Falk and 

I. N. Mehrholz) . Order, Passed 1022 

Falls Rubber Products Co. : Sale of automobile tires to the 

City. Order, Passed 1972 

Fantozzi, H. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Fantus Bros. : Driveway. Order, Passed! 1472 

Farley, Catherine : 

Shed. Order, to Bldgs 44 

Filed 1126 

Shed. Order, to Bldgs 1040 

Passed 1253 

Farley, Mrs. James: Claim. Ordinance, Passed ....2349-50 

Farm Colony Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 



Farm colony for women offenders. (For data, if any, see 
"Willow Springs Farm Colony" under the heading "House 
of Correction".) 

Farrell, Mrs. M. : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Farrell st. : Resurfacing of the street, from Archer av. to 

W. 31st st. Order, Passed 745 

Farwell av. : 

Drains, between Morton st. and Pingree st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1231 

Paving, from N. California av. to N. Western av. (See 
"Paving, from N. California av. to N. Western av., 
etc." under the heading "Lunt av.") 
Paving, from Ridge road to Pingree st. Ordinance, 

Passed 25.3 

Water service pipes, between Morton st. and Pingree 

st. Ordinance, Passed 1692-3 

Water supply pipe, from Michael ct. to Morton st. Or- 
der, Passed 2123 

Water supply pipe, from N. Western av. to 228 ft. west- 
ward. - Order, Passed 2123 

Federal Electric Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 2043 

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 996 

Ornamental bases of granite columns in sidewalk space. 
Order (directing an investigation of the authority 

by which the bank erected the bases), Passed 46 

Ordinance (granting permission for the privi- 
lege) , to fir. & A 516 

Filed* 1300 

Federal st. : 

Construction of the street, between W. South Water st. 
and W. Lake st. (See the ordinance providing for 
the improvement of South Water st., noted under 
the heading "South Water st.*') 
Elevated railroad column at E. Lake st. : requirement 
for removal. (This is part of the project for the 
widening and improvement of South Water st. See 
"Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co." under the 
heading "South Water st.") 
Water meter at Nos. 3627-29 : removal. Order, to 

Finance 231 

Filed 1115 

To Finance 1682 

Passed 1973-4 

Water supply pipe, from W. 79th st. to 24 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

"Federal st." : Name for a certain unnamed street. (See 

under the heading "Street nomenclature".) 
Federated Charities of Chicago: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Feehry, Minnie E. : Addition to, and alterations in, build- 
ing. Order, to Bldgs 191F- 

Passed 2151 

Feigel (B. A.) & Co. : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1024 

Passed : 1254 

Feilchenfield Bros.: Sign. Order, Passed 122 

Feinberg, Joseph : Claim. Order, Passed 561 

Feinberg & Kalm, Inc. : Sale of steel punchings to the City 

Order, Passed 2028-9 

Felix, Benjamin B. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 
Feltmann, Peter : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1700 

Felty, J. W. : Auto-sheds. Order, Passed 2092 

Fenloner, E. : Claim. (See under the heading "Miller, 

J.") 
Fenselow, William : Addition to building. Order, Passedl.2196 
Fera, Gilman C. : Stack (ventilating). Ordinance (for 

repeal of an ordinance passed Jan. 28, 1921), Passed 1776 

Ferner, Margaret : Claim. Filed 624-5 

To Finance 1537 

Ferris wheels. (See "Devices, amusement" under the heading 
"Amusements".) 

Fetter, Thomas A. : Driveway. Order, Passed 869 

Fichtenberg, Louis : Canopy. Order, Passed 1004 

Fick, Edward : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, Passed 135 
Fick, Henry L. : Charges (alleged) reflecting upon the 
Alderman and made by an offlcer of the Fire Dept. 

Statement, to Schools 937-8 

Filed 1116 

Ficklen, Leonard : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in cer- 

tain property acquired through tax sales. (See under 
the heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 






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Fidelity Realtors : Sign. Order, to Bldgs 504 

Passed » 889 

Fidelity Trust and Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Fieda, Dominic : Maintenance of addition to building. 

Order, to Bldgs '. 1136 

Passed 1330-1 

Field Day Sports of the Dept. of Police. (See under the 
heading "Police, Department of".) 

Field, Stanley : Driveway. Order, Passed 1874 

Field (Walter) Co.: Canopies. Order, Passed 1992 

Fifteenth pi. : Canopy at s.w. cor. of S. Western av. 
(See under "Chicago River & Indiana Railroad Co., The" 
under the heading "Railroads".) 
Fifteenth st. : 

Closing of street to traffic, from S. Union av. to S. Jef- 
ferson st. Order, Passed 1137 

Opening of the street, from S. Kenton av. to S. Kilboum 
av. : direction for the institution of condemnation 

proceedings. Order, to B. L. I . .■ 2102 

Paving, from S. Karlov av. to S. Keeler av. Ordinance, 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 1481 

Repair of the pavement, from S. Crawford av. to S. 

Hamlin av. Order, Passed 882 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from S. Hamlin av. to S. 

Crawford av. Order, to Finance 137 

Passed 745 

Sidewalk, from S. Racine av. to Blue Island av. (s. side). 
Ordinance (deferred March 3, 1922, p. 2176), Recom- 
mitted to B. L. 1 2343 

Water meter at No. 3142 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1358 

Filed 1797 

Fifth av. : 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at Nos. 3324-26. (See under 

the heading "Colorado Auto Sales Co.") 
Water meter at No. 3137: removal. Order, Passed. .. .1407 
Fiftieth st. : Sewer, from S. Halsted st. to S. Ashland av. 
(See "Sewers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." un- 
der the heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Fifty-eighth pi. : 

Lease of space in the street, east of Wallace st. (See 

under the heading "Consumers Company".) 
Sewer, from S. Crawford av. to S. Keeler av. (See 
"Sewer, from S. Crawford av. to S. Kostner av : , 
etc." under the heading "Fifty-fifth st.") 
Fifty-eighth st. : 

Paving, from Cottage Grove av. to Ellis av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1913 

Paving, from S. Rockwell st. to S. California av., etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 660 

Sewer, from S. Crawford av. to S. Keeler av. (See 
"Sewer, from S. Crawford av. to S. Kostner av., etc." 
under the heading "Fifty-fifth st.") 
Sewer, from S. Halsted st. to Wallace st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Fifty-fifth st. : 

Repair of culverts, at 45th av., 46th av., 47th av., 48th 

av., 50th av. and 52nd av. Order, Passed 1412 

Sewer, from S. Crawford av. to S. Kostner av., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 275 

[Recommendation, estimate and ordinance 
published April 12, 1922, pp. 2398-2403.] 
Fifty-first st. : 

Boulevarding of the street. (See under "South Park 
Commissioners" under the heading "Parks and boule- 
vards".) 
"Parking" of vehicles. (See under the heading "Traffic 

regulations".) 
Paving of alley returns, between S. Morgan st. and S. 

Peoria st. (n. side). Order, Passed : 1815 

Sidewalk, from 627.5 ft. east of S. Oakley av. to S Wesl- 

tern Avenue boul. (s. side). Ordinance, Passed.. 497 

Sidewalks, from S. Racine av. to S. Ashland av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Deferred 872 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 2343 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 
"Subways, railroads".) 



Fifty first st. : 

Water meter at No. 315 W. : removal. Order (re- 
ferred April 12, 1922, p. 2455), Filed 6K3 

Water supply pipe, from S. St. Louis av. to 60 ft. east- 
ward (n. side). Order, Passed 682-3 

Fifty-fourth pi. : 

Conduit under and across the street, east of S. Morgan 
st. (See under the heading "Evangelischer Diakonie 
Verein of 111.") 

Paving, from Sacramento av. to S. Kedzie av. (See 

"Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th St., etc." under 

the heading "Richmond st.") 

f 
Resurfacing of the roadway, from S. Morgan st. to S. 

Halsted st. Order, Passed 1169 

Subway for pedestrians : direction for construction under 
the I. C. R. R. elevated structure. Order, to 

B. L. 1 2191 

Fifty-fourth st. : 

Paving, from Indiana av. to South Park av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 476 

Paving, from S. Richmond st. to S. Kedzie av. (See 
"Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st., etc." un- 
der the heading "Richmond st.") 

Sewer, from Aberdeen st. to WaUace st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st, etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen St.") 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in S. Richmond st. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from W. 51st st. 
to W. 55th St., etc." under the heading "Richmond 

St.") 

'Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
Water supply pipe, from S. Long av. to S. Lockwood av. 

Order, Passed 1814-15 

Water supply pipe, from S. Sacramento av. to 384 ft. east 

of S. Albany av. Order, Passed 1267-S 

Fifty-ninth st. : 

Repair of the pavement, from S. Kolmar av. to the Belt 

Railway. Order, Passed 1249 

Sidewalk, from S. Hamlin av. to S. Crawford av. (s. 

side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 259 

Sidewalks, from S. Richmond st. to S. Albany av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 872 

Signs (street), from S. Western av. to S. Central Park 

av. Order, Passed 1236 

Fifty-ninth St. and Wabash Garage : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 234 

Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to G., O. A E. L 1804 

Filed ^j, 1864 

Fifty-second st. : 

Paving, from S. Richmond st. to S. Kedzie av. (See 

"Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st, etc." under 

the heading "Richmond st") 
Repair of pavement, adjoining No. 5154 S. Ashland av. 

Order, Passed 1738 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in S. Richmond St., 

S. Sacramento av., S. Whipple st., S. Albany av. 

and S. Troy st (See the notations under "Paving, 

from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st., etc." under the 

heading "Richmond st") 
Fifty-seventh st. : 

Sidewalks, from Harper av. to Blackstone av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 109 

Sidewalk, from S. Morgan st. to S. Racine av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance (deferred March 29, 

1922, p. 2370), Recommitted to B. L. 1 2343 

"Through traffic street", from Cottage Grove av. to Stony 

Island av. Ordinance, Passed 994-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1180 

Water supply pipe, from S. California av. to S. Wash- 
tenaw av. Order, Passed 1267-S 

Water supply pipe, from Turner av. to S. Homan av. 

Order, Passed 1267-8 

Fifty-sixth st. : Sewer, from Aberdeen st. to S. Ashland 
av. (See "Sewers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." 
under the heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Fifty-third pi. : 

Paving, from S. Sacramento av. to S. Kedzie a v. (See 

"Paving, from W. 51st St. to W. 55th st, etc." under 

the heading "Richmond st") 
Water service pipes, between S. Sacramento av. and S. 

Albany av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed. .. .1316 
Water supply pipe, from S. Laramie av. to S. Long av. 

Order, Passed 125 



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Fifty-third pi. : 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of S. Long av. 

Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from S. Sacramento av. to 396 ft. 

east of S. Albany av. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Fifty-third st. : 

Curb corners at Indiana av. : direction for cutting. 

Order, Passed 1468 

Opening and extending of the street, between Drexel av. 

and Cottage Grove av. Ordinance, Passed 1004 

Paving, from Lake Park av. to Woodlawn av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 2142-3 

Paving, from S. Richmond st. to S. Kedzie av. (See 
"Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st., etc." un- 
der the heading "Richmond St.") 

Figola, Fred : Driveway. Order, Passed 999-1000 

Filling material for bedding, etc. (See under the heading 

"Furniture and household goods".) 
Filling stations. (For general data, if any, see under the 
heading "Inflammable liquids". For filling stations at 
particular locations, see under the names of the respec- 
tive streets.) 
Fillmore st. : 

Fire hydrants at n.w. cor. of S. Spaulding av. and west 
thereof and at n.e. cor. of S. Homan av. (See under 
the heading "Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
Pipe under and along the parkway (n. side), from S. 
Spaulding av. to S. Homan av. (See under the head- 
ing "Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
Switch track across the street, west of S. Campbell av. 
(See under "Chicago Title & Trust Co." under the 
heading "Switch tracks".) 
Films (motion picture). (See under the heading "Motion 
pictures".) 

Finance : 

Accounts of the Board of Education for the years 1921 
and 1922 : authority for contract for an audit (Smart, 

Gore & Co.). Ordinance, Passed 1467 

Accounts of the City for the year 1921 : contract for an 

audit (Haskins & Sells). Ordinance, Passed 83-5 

Appropriations, revenues, etc. : 

(For appropriation tills and special appropria- 
tions, see under the heading "Appropria- 
tions.") 
Estimates (Comptroller's and departmental) for 
particular years. (See under the heading "Ap- 
propriations".) 
Liabilities in excess of items of appropriation : in- 
currence of, during 1923, prohibited (Sec. 4 of 

the Annual Appropriation Bill). See 2217 

Banks acting as depositaries of the City's funds. (See 
"Depositaries of the City's funds" under the head- 
ing "Banks and banking".) 
Bond funds. (See "Special funds, miscellaneous", be- 
low.) 
Bonded indebtedness of the City : sinking funds for the 
payment of bonds and interest thereon. (For data, 
if any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous", below.) 
Bonds and bond issues. (See the heading "Bonds and 
bond issues". See also "Special funds, miscellan- 

eous", below.) 
Capital accounts : 

Expenditures from capital accounts authorized. 

See.. 2242, 2273-4, 2277, 2278, 2287, 2315-16, 2328-30 
(Journal corrected, p. 2345.) 
Municipal Material and Service Capital Account : ap- 
proval of disposition of assets. Order, Passed 81 
Municipal Material and Service Capital Account : 
authority for sale of brass and bronze in con- 
nection with the liquidation of the account. 

Order, Passed 17-18 

Municipal Material and Service Capital Account : 
authority to defer payment of unpaid bills of 
the Fire Dept. due the account. Order, 

Passed 724 

Streets (Bureau of) Capital Account : reimbursement 
of the account for cost of restoring pavement 
at N. Crawford and Devon aves. Order, 

Passed 735 

Surveys (Division of) Capital Account : payment of 
warrant for collection by the Committee on 
Harbors, Wharves and Bridges. Order, 
Passed 1747 



Finance: 

Corporate Purposes Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the 

heading "Appropriations".) 
Loans to the Corporate Purposes Fund from moneys 
in special funds. (For data, if any, see under 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" below.) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 

taxes".) 
Tax-rate of $1.85 : in the matter of continuance. 
(See under "Taxation and taxes" under the head- 
ing "State legislation".) 

Current expenses of City bureaus, departments, etc. : 
authority for payment prior to the passage of the 
annual Appropriation Bill. (For data, if any, see 
under the heading "Appropriations".) 

Deposits of the City's funds in banks. (See "Deposi- 
taries of the City's funds" under the heading 
"Banks and banking".) 

Estimates (Comptroller's and departmental) for parti- 
cular years. (See under the heading "Appropria- 
tions".) 

Expenditures by departments, etc. (For general data, if 
any, see under "Appropriations, etc.", above. For 
authority for the payment of current expenses and 
salaries and wages previous to passage of annual 
appropriations, see under the general heading "Ap- 
propriations".) 

Expenditures of funds : expression of opinion concerning 
expenditures generally. Come, from Earl George 
Gubbins (referred July 22, 1921, p. 782), Filed 25 

Financial condition of the City. (See under "Appropria- 
tions, revenues, etc.", above.) 

Firemen's Pension Fund. (See under the heading "Pen- 
sion funds".) 

Firemen's Pension Tax Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 

House of Correction Employes' Pension Fund. (See under 
the heading "Pension funds".) 

House of Correction Employes' Pension Tax Fund : 
Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 

Humane Societies Fund : Appropriations from the 
fund. (See under the heading "Appropriations".) 

Indebtedness, certificates of, of the City of Chicago. 
(For data, if any, see "Certificates of indebtedness," 
above.) 

Infant Welfare Revolving Fund : Creation of the fund. 

Order, Passed 1247-* 

Interest : 

Appropriations for the payment of interest. See. . . . 

2230, 2264-70, 2281, 2293, 2318, 2319 

Appropriations from the special tax fund for the 
creation of sinking funds for the payment of 
interest on bonded indebtedness. See 2293 

Appropriation (supplementary) for the payment of 

interest. See 710 

Bonded indebtedness, interest on. (Sea the nota- 
tions concerning sinking funds under "Special 
funds, miscellaneous", below.) 

Judgments, interest on. (See under "Judgments", 
below.) 

Loans from special funds to other funds, interest 
rates on. (See the various notations under 
"Special funds, miscellaneous", below.) 

Public benefits, interest on. (See "Public benefits" 
under the heading "Special assessments, special 
taxation, etc.") 

Sinking funds for the payment of interest on bonded 
indebtedness. (See under "Special funds, mis- 
cellaneous", below.) 

Special funds (miscellaneous), interest on. (See 
under "Special funds, miscellaneous", below.) 

Tax anticipation warrants, interest on. (See under 
"Tax anticipation warrants" under the heading 
"Taxation and taxes".) 



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Finance : 

Interest : 

Tax levies for the payment of interest. (See under 

the heading "Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies for sinking funds. (See under the head- 
ing "Taxation and taxes".) 
Undistributed Interest Fund. (For data, if any, see 

"Undistributed Interest Fund", below.) 
Water pipe extension certificates, interest on. (See 
"Water certificates, etc.", below.) 
Judgments : 

Appropriations for the payment of judgments. 

See.. 2231, 2298, 2299, 2305, 2306, 2307, 2311, 2318 
Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous", below.) 

Interest : appropriation for payment. See 2230 

Tax levies for the payment of judgments. (See un- 
der the heading "Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies for sinking fund and interest. (See under 
the heading "Taxation and taxes".) 
Library (Chicago Public) Tax Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Loans for the construction of homes. (See under "Short- 
age of buildings" under the heading "Buildings".) 
Loans from special funds to the Corporate Purposes 
Fund, etc. (See the notations under "Special funds, 
miscellaneous", below.) 
Municipal Employes' Annuity and Benefit Fund. (See 

under the heading "Pension funds".) 
Municipal Employes' Annuity and Benefit Tax Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Payrolls (duplicate) of the City (Oct., Nov. aud Dec, 
1921, and Jan., Feb., Mar., Apr., May, June, July, 

Aug., Sept. and Oct., 1922), Filed 682, 1181, .1713 

Pension funds. (See the heading "Pension funds'.) 
Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Fund. (See under the 

heading "Pension funds".) 
Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Tax Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Policemen's and Firemen's Life Insurance and Death 
Benefit Fund : creation of the fund. (See "Municipal 
Insurance, etc." under the heading "Insurance".) 
Public School Teachers Pension and Retirement Fund. 
(For data, if any, see under the heading "Pension 
funds".) 
Public School Teachers Pension and Retirement Tax 
Fund. (For data, if any, see "School tax fund", 
below. ) 
Public utilities certificates : in the matter of issuance for 
the acquisition, construction and ownership of street 
railway, elevated railroad and subway railway lines 
by the City. (See the report of the Com. on Local 
Transportation, noted on pp. 754-813.) 
Quit-claim deeds of the City's interest in certain property 
acquired through tax sales. (See the heading "Quit- 
claim deeds".) 

Real estate belonging to the City : direction for the 
segregation of funds derived from the sale of real 
estate and for the expenditure of such funds for 
other real estate only. Resolution, to Finance. .1482 

Revenues of the City. (See "Appropriations, revenues, , 
etc.", above.) 

Salaries of City employes : general data. ( See under the 
beading "City employes".) 

Salaries and wages of City employes: authority for pay- 
ment prior to the passage of the annual appropriation 
bills. (For data, if any. see under the heading "Ap- 
propriations"). 



Finance : 

School Tax Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 
"Taxation and taxes".) 

Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Sinking funds for bonds, etc. (See "Special funds, mis- 
cellaneous", below.) 
Sinking Funds and Interest, Special Tax B'und for : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 

Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Special assessment bonds, vouchers, etc. (For data, if 

any, see under the heading "Special assessments. 

special taxation, etc.") 
Special funds, miscellaneous : 

Appropriations from special funds. (See under the 
heading "Appropriations".) 

Ashland Avenue Street-Improvement Bond Fund : 
direction for submission to a referendum vote of 
the question of using the proceeds of the Robey 
street bond issue for the completion of the 
widening of Ashland av. and Western av. 

Order, to 8. & A 1409 

Filed 1534 

General Corporate Bond Fund : authority to charge 
two bills in favor of the Tabulating Machine 
Co. to the fund. Order, Passed 17 

Interest rates on tax anticipation warrants purchased 
with moneys in the special funds : rates fixed 
for 1923. Ordinance, Passed 171 8 

Loans from special funds to the Corporate Purposes 
Fund. Ordinance (authorizing a loan of 

$2,500,000) , Passed 1717-ls 

Ordinance (authorizing a loan of $2,500,- 

000) , Passed 1912 

Ordinance (authorizing a loan of $2,500,- 
000) , Passed 2161 

Robey Street Street-Improvement Bond Fund : di- 
rection for submission to a referendum vote of 
the question of using the bond-issue proceeds for 
the completion of the Western av. and Ash- 
land av. widenings. Order, to S. & A 1409 

Filed 1534 

Sinking funds for payment of bonded indebtedness 
and interest thereon : appropriations from the 
special tax fund to the sinking funds. See.. 229:: 

Western Avenue Street-Improvement Bond Fund : 
direction for submission to a referendum vote 
of the question of using the proceeds of the 
Robey street bond issue for the completion of 
the widening of Western av. and Ashland av. 

Order, to S. & A 1409 

Filed. 1534 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 

taxes".) 
"Traction funds" : 

Appropriations from the funds. (See under the 
heading "Appropriations".) 

Expenditures of moneys in the funds : protest against 
appropriations for the building of subways. 
Come. (Cook County Real Estate Board), to 
Local Trans 2121-2 

Motorbus lines : in the matter of expenditures from 
the funds for the establishment of such lines. 
(See the notations under the heading "Local 
transportation".) 

Subways, passenger : use of moneys from the "trac- 
tion funds" for the construction of passenger 
subways. (See the report of the Com. on Local 
Transportation, noted on pp. 754-813.) 

Temporary deposit (of City's share of "net receipts") : 
direction for application to the Illinois Com- 
merce Comn. for necessary order. Order, 

Passed 106 

Transfers of funds in appropriations. (See the heading 

"Transfers of funds".) 



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INDEX 



67 



Finance: 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium (Chicago Municipal) Tax Fund: 
Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the head- 
ing "Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Unclaimed Rebate Fund : Appropriations from the 

fund. (See under the heading "Appropriations".) 
Vehicle Tax Fund : 

Appropriations from the Fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Expenditures in excess of $5,000 for the repair or 
resurfacing of streets : direction for submission 
of a report and procurement of Council au- 
thority before expenditures are made. Or- 
der, Passed 881 

Regulations for expenditures of moneys from the 

fund for street repair work, etc.. See 2314 

Water certificates : authority for issuance of certificates 

to the amount of $2,500,000. Ordinance, Passed. .93-4 

Water certificates : in the matter of the sale of a cer- 
tain 6 per cent issue of $2,500,000 at par. Come. 

(Compt.), Puo. and Filed 219-20 

Water certificates, water pipe extension certificates, etc., 
and interest thereon : appropriations for payment. 

See 2318 

Water certificates, water pipe extension certificates, etc., 
and interest thereon : appropriation (supplementary) 

for payment. Ordinance, Passed 710 

Report of newspaper publication. See. . . .942-3 
Water Fund: Appropriations from the fund. (See 
under the heading "Appropriations".) 
Finance, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2219 

Appropriations (supplementary). See 705 

Chairman of the committee : appropriations for salary. 

See 2218 

Clerk (principal) : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 719 

Amended 1157 

Membership of the Committee : direction for amendment 
of the Council rules of procedure to provide that 
Aldermen assigned as committee chairmen be not 
assigned to the Finance Com. Order, to Rules.. 1405 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Finance, Dept. of. (See the headings "City Comptroller", 
"City Collector" and "City Treasurer".) 

Finch and Anderson: Sign. Order, Passed 2092 

Fink, A. J. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 40 

Amended 122 

Fink Brothers : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

(?.. O. £ E. L 1469 

Filed . .1864 

Fink, O. : Claim. Order, Passed 619 

Finkelstein. Sadie : Driveway. Order, Passed 245-6 

Finn, Katie : Claim. Order, Passed 719-20 

Finn, Dr. W. S. : Sign. Order, Passed 1037 

Finucane. William S. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Fiorella, Rosario : Sign. Order, Passed 24S 

Fire alarm boxes. (See under "Fire alarm and police tele- 
graph system" under the heading "G-as and Electricity, 
Department of".) 
Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph Systems, Bureau of. (See 

the heading "Gas and Electricity, Department of".) 
Fire alarm system, City. (See under the heading "Gas and 
Electricity. Department of".) 

Fire Department: 

Administration of the department : assurance of support 
of members of the department. Come. (The Fire- 
men's Assn. of Chicago). Pub. and Filed 1059 

Appropriations (annual). See 2242-5, 2298 



Fire Department: 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Civil liability for department expense: direction for con- 
sideration of the matter of imposing civil liability 
on persons whose neglect or carelessness results in 
fire losses. Resolution (referred March 8, 1922, p. 

2218), Filed 2033 

Construction, repairs, upkeep, etc. : 

Appropriations for construction work. (See the ap- 
propriations for the Fire Department, noted 
above.) 
Fire stations : new construction work, remodeling, 
repairs, etc. (See the notations under "Fire 
stations", below.) 
Employes : 

Attorney for the department: appropriation for sal- 
ary. (See the appropriations for the Depart- 
ment of Law.) 

Brass moulder : increase in salary rate. Order. 

Passed 721 

Captains : direction for the creation of the positions 
of senior captains and junior captains in lieu 
of captains and lieutenants. Resolution (re- 
ferred Aug. 3, 1931, p. 1044), Filed 25 

Recommitted to Finance 863 

Captains : request for an increase in salary rate. 
Comes, from the Captains' Cluh of the Chicago 
Fire Dept. (referred Jan. 18, 1922, pp. 1659 
and 1718) , Filed 753 

Chief of Fire Prevention and Public Safety : author- 
ity to cause abatement of all nuisances under the 
"fire prevention ordinance". Ordinance (see 
p. 164), Passed 141-66 

Civil engineer : authority for employment. Order, 
Passed 1158 

Civil engineer: payment of expenses (John Ashmead). 

Order, Passed 1372-3 

Clerk (principal) : authority for employment in lieu 

of two senior clerks. Order, Passed 1158 

Clerk (principal) : provision for employment in lieu 
of a senior clerk. Amendment (to the Ap- 
prop. Bill for 1923), to Finance , . .2364 

Compensation (additional) for meritorious services. 
(See "Meritorious services", below.) 

Deputy fire prevention engineer in charge : change of 
title to "assistant fire prevention engineer". 
Ordinance (see p. 141), Passed 141-66 

Discord among members : in the matter of an in- 
vestigation of the matter. (See the notations 
under "Investigation, etc.", below.) 

Efficiency of employes : in the matter of investiga- 
tions for increasing. (See the notations under 
"Investigation, etc.", below.) 

Fire Attorney : office placed under control of the 

Fire Commissioner. Ordinance, to Schools. .1050 

Passed 1335-40 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1393 

Fire Commissioner : creation of the office : bond re- 
quired ; powers and duties prescribed. Ordi- 
nance, to Schools 1050 

Passed ... - 1335-40 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1393 

Fire Commissioner : payment of salary. Order, 
Passed 15»7 

Fire marshal, assistant : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 721 

Fire Marshal : management restricted to uniformed 

employes. Ordinance, to Schools 1050 

Passed 1335-40 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1393 

Fire marshals, assistant : in the matter of the rein- 
statement of John C. McDonnell and Jeremiah 
McAuliffe. Resolution. Filed 15 to 

Fire prevention engineers : change of title to "Junior 
fire prevention engineers". Ordinance (see 
pp. 141-2), Passed 141-66 

Fire prevention engineer (junior) : authority for em- 
ployment. Order, Paused ■. 1596 



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Fire Department: 

Employes : 

Fire prevention inspectors : appointment of incap- 
acitated firemen to the positions. Ordinance, 

Passed 722 

Come, from the Chicago Chapter, National 
Fire Protection Assn. (requesting the repeal of 

the ordinance), to Bldgs 944 

To Efficiency 1125 

Come, from the Chicago Safety Council (re- 
questing the repeal of the ordinance), to Schools 10(50 
Filed 203 -1-3 

Firemen (below the rank of assistant fire marshal) : 
direction for increases in salaries of $280.00 per 
annum. Resolution (referred Jan. 27, 1922, 

p. 1782), Filed 753 

Orders, to Finance 575, 874-5 

Firemen : in the matter of an increase in salary rates 
through a considered reduction in certain pro- 
posed appropriations for 1922. Order (re- 
ferred Feb. 3, 1922. pp. 1849 51), Filed 753 

Harrison (Carter H.) Medal. (For data, if any, see 
below.) 

Honorable mention to members of the department. 
(For data, if any, see "Honorable mention", 
below.) 

Hospital and medical expenses of firemen and police- 
men : adoption of a pol*cv for the payment of 
claims. Resolution, Adopted 712 

Incapacitated firemen : appointment as fire prevention 

inspectors. Ordinance, Passed 722 

Come, from the Chicago Chapter, National 
Fire Protection Assn. (requesting the repeal of 

the ordinance) , to Bldgs 944 

To Efficiency 1125 

Come, from the Chicago Safety Council (re- 
questing the repeal of the ordinance), to Schools 1060 
Filed 2032-3 

Insurance for firemen and policemen. (See under the 
heading "Insurance".) 

Ku Klux Klan : Council action in connection with 
Klan activities of employes. (See the notations 
under the heading "Ku Klux Klan".) 

Laborer : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 1719 

Lambert Tree Medal. (For data, if any, see below.) 

Lieutenants : appropriation for employment of 35 ad- 
ditional. Ordinance, to Finance 475 

Passed 720 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942-3 

Lieutenants : in the matter of assignment to perform 

the duties of Captains. Order, Passed 1474 

Machinists (Fire Dept. Shops) : authority for em- 
ployment. Order, Passed 18 

Machinist's helper (Fire Dept. Shops) : authority 

for employment. Order, Passed 1719- :i0 

Medical expense of firemen injured while in the per- 
formance of duty: appropriation for payment. 
See 705 

Medical and hospital expenses of firemen and police- 
men : adoption of a policy for the payment of 
claims. Resolution, Adopted 712 

Meritorious services rendered by employes : provision 
for additional compensation for such services. 
Resolution, Pub. and to Finance 1742-3 

Motor truck driver : authority for employment. Or- 
der, Passed 159G 

Painters (Fire Dept. Shops) : authority for employ- 
ment. Order, Passed 1159 

Pension fund for employes. (See under the heading 
"Pension funds".) 

Personnel of the department : direction for a report 
on the advisability of the reassignment of per- 
sonnel under the "two-platoon" system to elim- 
inate the necessity for the assignment of officers 
of lower rank to perform duties of officers of su- 
perior rank. Order, Passed 1474 

Plasterer : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 1965-6 

Retirement of members on pensions : direction for 

stoppage of attempts to bring about the retire- 
ment of certain aged firemen. Orders, to 

Schools 1989, 1998 

Subst. Order, Passed . . 2111-13 



Fire Department: 

Employes : 

Retirement of members on pensions : in tbe matter 
of the establishment of an age limit for auto- 
matic retirement. (See the notations under 
"Investigation, etc.", below. ) 

Rewards for heroic acts : direction for the submis- 
sion of a plan. urdf-r, to Finance 248 

Salaries of employes : authority for payment of un- 
paid payroll for Dec, 1922. Order, Passed . 1654-5 

Secretary of the department : office placed under con- 
trol of the Fire Commissioner. Ordinance. 

to Schools 1050 

Passed > 1335-40 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1303 

Secretary: payment of salary. Order, Passed. .. .1597 

Storekeepers (head) : authority for employment. 
Com. report (deferred and published October 4, 

1922, p. 973), Filed 1158 

Order, Passed 1158 

Sundry employes : payment of expenses for lobbying 
for a tax-rate increase for the City. Order, 
Passed 723 

Sundry mechanics and laborers (Fire Dept. Shops) : 
authority for employment. Order (for 

May, 1922), Passed 83 

Order (for June, 1922), Passed 467 

Order (for the vacation period of the City Coun- 
cil) , Passed 721 

Order (for October, 1922), Passed 1158-9 

Order (for November, 1922), Passed 1372 

Order (for December. 1922), Passed 1448 

Order (for January, 1923), Passed 1654 

Amended 1719-20 

Order (for February, 1923), Passed 1858 

Order (for March, 1923), Passed 1966 

Vehicle blacksmith finisher (Fire Dept. Shops) : 

authority for employment. Order, Passed. .1159 
Equipment : 

Automobile (Ford) : authority for purchase (S. & L. 

Motor Co.). Order, Passed 723 

Automobile tires : authority for purchase. Order, 

Passed 720 

Automobile trucks (Mack) : authority for exchange 
(Mack- International Motor Truck Corp.). Or- 
der, Passed 720 

Amended 1596 

Boiler tubes : authority for purchase (Chicago Tube 

& Iron Co.). Order, Passed 23-4 

Chairs: authority for purchase (E. B. Sullivan Co.). 

Orders. Passed . ; 89, 1723.4 

Engine (pumping) : loan to the City of Ottawa, 

111. Order, Passed 722 

Extravagance in the purchase of equipment : in the 
matter of an investigation of the question. (See 
the notations under "Investigation, etc.", below.) 

Fireboat : direction for an appropriation for an ad- 
ditional boat. Order, to Finance 1626 

Fireboat : request for assignment of a boat for de- 
monstration purposes at reunion ceremonies. 
Come. (John Franklin Post No. 37, American 
Legion, Michigan City, Ind.), to Schools 215? 

Fireboat "Illinois" : authority for covering boilers 
and steam pipes (Illinois Fireproof Covering 
Co.). Order, Passed 1249-50 

Fireboat "Illinois" : authority for repair (Great 

Lakes Dredge & Dock Co.). Order, Passed. . .1250 

Fireboat "Medill" : authority for purchase of mate- 
rial necessary for repairs (Alberger Condenser 
Co.). Order, Passed 18-19 

Fireboat "Medill": repair of generators (General 

Electric Co.). Order, Passed 552-3 

Fireboat "Stewart": authority for repairs (Great 

Lakes Dredge & Dock Co.). Order, Passed. 1753-4 

Hose : authority for assignment for fire protection 

purposes (Herbert A. Winton). Order, Passed 18 

Hose : authority for purchase for testing purposes. 

Order, Passed 747-8, 

Hose : transfer of condemned hose to the Bureau of 

Engineering. Orders, Passed 1373, 1789 

Hose (wash) : authority for purchase (New York 

Belting & Packing Co.). Order, Passed 1970 



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69 



Fire Department: 
Equipment : 

Hose wagon and harness : presentation to the Geth- 
semane Evangelical Church for Elmhurst College. 
Order, Passed 1859 

Motorization of department apparatus : appropria- 
tions for the purpose. See 2245 

Repair parts for Stutz pumping engines : authority 
for purchase (Wisconsin Motor Parts Co.). Or- 
der, Passed IS 

Siamese connections: authority for purchase (W. D. 

Allen Mfg. Co.). Order, Passed 747 

Squad wagons : authority for purchase (The White 

Co.) . Order, Passed 48 

Tractors (Mack) : authority for purchase (Mack-In- 
ternational Motor Truck Co.). Order, Pass-id 48 

Water tower: authority for purchase (Seagrave Co.). 

Order, Passed 723 

Fick, Alderman Henry L. : alleged charges reflecting upon 

the Alderman and made by an officer of the depart- 
ment. Statement, to Schools 937-8 

Filed 1116 

fire alarm system of the City. (See "Fire alarm and 

police telegraph system" under the heading "Gas and 

Electricity, Dept. of.) 
Fire Prevention and Public Safety, Bureau of : reorgan- 
ization of the bureau. Ordinance, to Schools. . . .1889 
Fire stations : 

Appropriation for remodeling and replacement of ex- 
isting stations, purchase of property for new 
stations, etc. See 2245 

Ashland av.. at Belmont av. : in the matter of reloca- 
tion. Order, to Finance 1691 

Austin av. (No. 10 E.) : celebration in connection 
with replacing of last horse-drawn fire apparatus 
by motor-driven apparatus. Resolution, 
Adopted 1768-9 

Barry av. (No. 2214) : direction for an appropriation 

for rebuilding the station. Order, to Finance 1735 

Barry av. (No. 2214) : repair of roof (Standard 

Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 724 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Canalport av. (No. 1975) : installation of windows 
and request for an appropriation for the pur- 
chase of adjacent property. Order, to Fin- 
ance 1807 

Cottage Grove av. (No. 2527) : repair of roof (Stand- 
ard Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 724 

Cuyler av. (No. 2414) : repair of roof (Standard 

Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 724 

Dearborn st. (No. 4005 S.) : repair of sewer (W. .T. 

Sievert) . Order, Passed 553 

Jefferson st. (No. 328 S.) : construction of protection 

walls (E. P. Strandberg Co.). Order, Passed. 1157 

Kedzie av. (No. 712 N.) : payment for work done 
under contract (Butler & Co.). Order, 
Passed 2148 

Kostner av. (No. 1642 N.) : repair of roof (Stand- 
ard Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 724 

Nineteenth st. (No. 918 W.) : replacement of old 
boiler (Wm. Klender & Co.). Order, Passed.. 
1969-70 

One hundred fourth st. (No. 430 W.) : payment for 
work done under contract (Butler & Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 2148 

South Water st. (Nos. 59-61) : removal of the station 
to the vicinity of E. Adams st. and S. Wabash 
av. Come, from the Fire Marshal (referred 
May 3, 1920, p. 131) , Filed 2033 

Springfield av. (No. 1713 N.) : payment for work done 

under contract (Butler & Co.). Order, Passed.2148 

Survey of buildings with a view to respotting to con- 
form with change in location of fire hazards : 
appointment of a commission to make a survey. 

Resolution, Adopted 536-7 

Order (authorizing payment of salaries of 

sundry employes of the Commission), Passed. .720-1 

Order (authorizing payment of expenses for 

the month of January, 1923), Passed 1746 

Order (authorizing continuation of the ser- 
vices of the Commission pending passage of the 
annual Appropriation Bill for 1923), Passed. . .1858 
Annual appropriations for 1923. See 2245 



Pire Department: 
Fire stations : 

Thirty-fifth st. and S. Halsted st. : appropriation for 

purchase of site and erection of station. See. 2298 
Wells st. (No. 331 S.) : shoring and under-pinning 
of quarters (J. Griffiths & Son Co.). Order, 

Passed 1159 

Wells st. (No. 1244 N.) : repair of roof (Standard 

Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 724 

Honorable mention and commendation of members of the 
department for 1921. Report (Board of Award), 

Pub 464-6 

Horses : direction for allotment of two retired horses to 
the Evangelical Church Preparatory College for 

the Ministry. Order, Passed 1811 

Horses: direction for disposition of the last four horses, 
retired from duty in the department to some person 
or institution guaranteeing their best treatment. 

Order, Passed 1820-1 

Insurance (municipal) for firemen. (See notations un- 
der the heading "Insurance".) 
Investigation of the department : 

Order (directing an investigation for the purpose of 
ascertaining the efficiency of the various 

branches of the department), to Schools 39 

Filed 1352-3 

Order (directing an investigation with a 
view to ascertaining whether discord exists 
among members and whether there is any ex- 
travagance or waste in the purchase of supplies 

and equipment), to Schools 652 

Filed 1352-3 

Resolution (directing that the City Council 
resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole for 
the purpose of conducting an investigation of 
all matters pertaining to the department, par- 
ticularly to charges of inefficiency and of dis- 
cord among members), to Schools 938 

Filed 1116 

Report of the Com. on Schools, Fire and 
Civil Service (in the matter of an investigation 
conducted into the purchase of equipment and 

supplies), Pub. and Filed 989-90 

Order (directing an investigation for the 
purpose of reorganizing and improving the meth- 
ods employed for fire protection and fire preven- 
tion) (referred Aug. 3, 1921, p. 1048), Filed. .1352-3 

Resolution (directing a survey of personnel 
with a view to increasing efficiency by the pro- 
per distribution of man-power and to establish- 
ing an age limit for the automatic retirement of 
members on pensions) (referred Nov. 2, 1921, 

p. 1172), Filed 1352-3 

Lambert Tree Medal : award of the medal for 1921. 

See 464 

Report (Board of Award), Pub 464-6 

Motorization of apparatus of the department : designation 
of Feb. 5, 1923 as "Chicago Fire Department Day" 
to celebrate the complete motorization of apparatus. 

Resolution, Adopted 1768-9 

Motorization of apparatus of the department. (For pur- 
chases, see the various items noted under "Equip- 
ment", above.) 
Music furnished in 1921 : authority for payment (Chicago 

Marine Band) . Order, Passed 722-3 

Mutual Aid and Benefit Assn. (See the heading "Mutual 

Aid and Benefit Assn. of the Chicago Fire Dept.") 
Offices of the department : appropriation for remodeling. 

See 2279 

Offices of the department : authority for alterations 

(Ralph H. Simpson Co.). Order, Passed 1743-4 

Pension fund for employes. (See under the heading "Pen- 
sion funds".) 
Quarters of the department (Bureau of Fire Prevention 
and Public Safety) : payment for alterations (D. H. 

Doyle) . Order, Passed 1153-4 

Reorganization ordinance of November 15, 1922. Or- 
dinance, to Schools 1050 

Passed 1335-40 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 1393 

Repair shops. (For data, if any, see "Shops, municipal" 

under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Shop and field service : appropriations for maintenance. 
See • 2243-4 



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Fire Department: 

Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Extravagance in the purchase oil supplies : in the 
matter of an investigation of the question. (See 
the notations under "Investigation, etc.", below.) 
Gasoline and kerosene : purchases in quantity by the 
Business Agent. (See under the heading "Sup- 
plies, Dept. of".) 
Sheets: authority for purchase (Marshall Field & 

Co.). Order, Passed 1723 

Sponges: authority for purchase (Schroeder & Tre- 

mayne) . Order, Passed 552 

Survey of department buildings. (See under "Fire sta- 
tions", above.) 
Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Tree (Lambert) Medal. (For data, if any, see "Lambert 

Tree Medal", above.) 
Unpaid bills : authority to defer payment of bills due 
the Municipal Material and Service Capital Account. 

Order, Passed 724 

Fire Department Building Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Fin- 
ance".) 
Fire engine houses. (See "Fire stations" under the heading 

"Fire Department".) 
Fire extinguishers, fire axes, etc. (See under the heading 

"Buildings".) 
Fire hose. (For sales to individuals, etc., see under the names 
of particular individuals, etc. For purchases by parti- 
cular departments or bureaus, see under the names of the 
particular bureaus and departments concerned.) 
Fire hydrants. (For hydrants at particular locations, see 
under the names of particular streets. For general 
data, if any, see under "Water system" under the head- 
ing "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Fire limits. (For data, if any, see "Fire-limit areas" under 

the heading "Buildings".) 
"Fire Prevention Day" (Oct. 9, 1922) : Observance of the 

day. Resolution, Adopted 1048 

Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and Filed 1058-9 

"Fire prevention ordinance". (See under the heading "Ordi- 
nances".) 
Fire Prevention and Public Safety, Bureau of. (See the head- 
ing "Fire Department".) 
Fire stations. (See under the heading "Fire Department".) 
Firearms. (For data, if any, see the heading "Weapons".) 
Firemen or fire guards in theaters. (See under "Theaters" 

under the heading "Amusements".) 
Firemen's Assn. of Chicago, The : Assurance of support of 
members in the administration of the Fire Dept. 

Come, Pub. and Filed 1059 

Firemen's Pension Fund. (See under the heading "Pension 

funds".) 
Firemen's Pension Tax Fund. (See under the heading "Fin- 
ance".) 
Firemen's (and Policemen's) Life Insurance and Death Bene- 
fit Fund. (See "Policemen's and Firemen's Life Insurance 
and Death Benefit Fund under the heading "Finance". ) 

Fires : 

Carnivals, street : suggestion that a portion of the street 
on which a carnival is being held be kept open to 
permit the passage of fire apparatus and that the 
approval of the departments concerned be secured 
before permits are granted. Come, from the Chief 
of F. P. & P. S. (referred Nov. 9, 1921, p. 1198), 
Filed 13512-3 

"Fire prevention ordinance". (See under the heading 
"Ordinances".) 

Jackson boul., at S. Clinton st. : direction for the sub- 
mission of a comprehensive report concerning the 
causes, etc. of a recent fire at the location. Order 
(referred March 15, 1923, p. 2280), Filed 1352-:! 

Losses occasioned by fires : request for co-operation in 
plans of the Fire Dept. and other interested agencies 
for the reduction of fire hazards. Comes. (Mayor 

and Fire Comr.), Pub. and to Schools 1712-13 

Filed 2032-3 

Losses resulting from neglect or carelessness : direction 
for consideration of the matter of imposing civil 
liability for Chicago Fire Dept. expense on persons 
responsible. Resolution (referred March 8, 1922, 
p. 2218) , Filed '2033 



Fires : 

Safety regulations : indorsement of recommendations for 
the improvement of the regulations and for a reduc- 
tion in life and property losses through fire. 
Come. (Western Society of Engineers), to School*. 1428-9 

Filed 2032-3 

Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids : requirement 
for installation of suitable equipment for the pur- 
pose of extinguishing and retarding fires. Ordi- 
nance (see p. 162) , Passed 141-66 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. : Sale of automobile tires to 

the City. Order, Passed 1972 

Fireworks. (See under the heading "Explosives".) 
First Baptist Church of Portage Park : 

Church (temporary) . Order, Passed 1028 

Church building: free permits for erection. Order, 

Passed 1233 

First Englewood State Bank : Deposits of City funds. ( See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
First Englewood State Bank of Chicago : Banner. Or- 
der, Passed 1413 

First English Evangelical Church of Chicago : Free per- 
mits for erection of church building. Order, Passed. 2094 
First Evangelical Lutheran Church : Free permits for erec- 
tion of church building. Order, Passed. . . . .. 1243 

First M. E. Church : Sign. Order, Passed 51 

First National Bank of Chicago, The : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
First National Bank of Englewood : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
First Swedish M. E. Church : Free permits for erection 

of church building. Order, Passed 578 

First Trust & Savings Bank : 

Clocks (ornamental). Ordinance, to S. c£- A 996 

Passed 1385-6 

Acceptance and bond. See 1636 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 
First Ward : Ward office and yard : construction of an of- 
fice and storehouse and use of part of the roadway of E. 
Lake st., between N. Michigan av. and Beaubien ct. for 

the purpose. Ordinance, to Finance 294-5 

Passed 745-0 

Order (authorizing expenditures for construction 

purposes) , Passed 1170 

Fischer Furniture Co. : Switch tracks. ( See under the 

heading "Switch tracks".) 

Fisher, B. E. : Porch. Order, to Bldgs 572 

Passed 890 

Fishkin, Sam: Driveways. Order, Passed 1025-6 

Fishman, Fred: Payment of salary. Order, Passed. .. . 218 
Fisk st. : Water meter at Nos. 1839-43 : removal. Or- 
der (referred March 8, 1922, p. 2209), Filed 624 

Fitch, Edmund : In the matter of alleged mistreatment while 
in the custody of the Police Dept. (See the notations 
under "Prisoners" under the heading "Police, Department 
of".) 

Fitzgerald, Thomas: Claim. Filed 1797 

Fitzhugh, V. B. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1806 

Fitzmorris, Charles C. : Controversy with the State's At- 
torney of Cook County. (See "Administration, etc." un- 
der the heading "Police, Department of ".) 
Fitzpatrick Bros.: Lease of space in Benson st. See... 1292 

FitzSimons & Connell Dredge & Dock Co. : 

Dredging of the Chicago River and removal of center 
pier at the Wells st. bridge : appropriation for final 

payment on contract. Ordinance, Passed 82 

Report of newspaper publication. See 289 

Dredging of the Chicago River at the Fullerton av. bridge 
and digging of cable trenches at the Clark st. and 
Roosevelt road bridges : acceptance of bid for the 

work. Order, Passed 1416 

Fivek, Charles : Driveway. Order, Passed 239 

•Flag Day" : Request that June 14th, 1922, the 145th An- 
niversary of the adoption of the American flag, be ob- 
served by displaying the flag. Proclamation (Mayor), 

Pub. and Filed 523 

Flagmen at grade crossings, of steam railroad tracks. (See 
"Flagmen" under the heading "Railroads".)- 

Flaherty, T. F. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 856 

Flashlight powder. (See under the heading "Explosives".) 
Fleischmann Co., The : 

Cable ducts. Ordinance, to S. & A 1629 

Passed 1921-2 

Acceptance and bond. See 2158 



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Fleischmann Co., The : 

Conduit. Ordinance, to S. d- A 1306 

Passed 1422-3 

Acceptance and bond. See 1824 

Sign (roof) . Order, to Bldgs 862 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Tunnel. Ordinance, to S. & A 1407 

Passed 1707-8 

Acceptance and bond. See 2158 

Fleming, (E. J.) & Co.: Claim. Filed 624-5 

To Finance 1130 

Filed 1209-10 

Fleming, George E. : Vacation of N. Kildare av. and an ad- 
jacent alley. (See the notations under "Kildare av." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Fleming, James P. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Fleming. Lillian: Claim. Ordinance. Passed 1727-8 

Fleming, Peter : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Fletcher st. : 

Drains, between Elston av. and N. Rockwell st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1814 

I Paving, from Elston av. to N. Rockwell St. Ordinance, 

Passed 2098-9 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from N. Racine av. to South- 
port av. Order, Passed 745 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from Southport av. to Hern- 
don st. Order (referred May 6, 1921, p. 143), 

Filed 1797 

Sewer, from N. Laramie av. to Leclaire av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1886 

Water service pipes, between Elston av. and N. Rockwell 

st. Ordinance, Passed 1694 

Flintkote Co. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 1559 

Flodin, John A. : Driveway (permission to John A. Flodin 

and O. H. Johnson) . Order. Passed 1231 

Flood (T. H.) & Co. : 

Chicago Municipal Code of 1922, The : payment of addi- 
tional compensation under contract for printing. 

Order, Passed 2163 

Health ordinances : printing for the Dept. of Health. 

Order, Passed 2165 

Flood victims. (See the heading "Illinois Flood Relief Com- 
mittee".) 
Florence Crittenton Anchorage: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Floria, Tony: Maintenance of sheds. Order, to Bldgs. 113G 

Passed 1331 

Florists : 

"Wholesale commission florist" defined ; licenses required ; 
license fees and license period fixed ; sanitary reg- 
ulations prescribed ; penalty provided. Ordinance, 

Passed 94-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 289 

"Wholesale florist" defined ; license required ; license fees 
and license period fixed ; sanitary regulations pre- 
scribed ; penalty provided. Ordinance, Passed.... 94 

Report of newspaper publication. See 289 

Flynn, John : Driveways. Order, Passed 1999 

Flynn, M. B. : Maintenance of building line. Order, to 

Bldgs 236 

Flynn, Mortimer B. : Vacation of Emerald a v. (See under 

the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Flynn (Mortimer B.) Coal Co. : 

Payment for coal sold to the City. Order. Passed. ■ . 1746 

Sale of coal to the City. Orders, Passed '. 

1788, 1792-3, 1860-1, 1861 

Foley, John B. : Vacation of an alley in Henry Wolfram's 
Farm. (See under the heading. "Vacations of alleys".) 

Foley, William B. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1544 

Follingstad, A. L. : Claim. To Finance 1803 

Food establishments : Retail food establishments : license 

fees for establishments conducted in connection with re- 
tail merchandise stores. (See the notations under the 
heading "Merchandise stores".) 
Food Inspection, Bureau of. (For data, if any, see the head- 
ing "Health, Department of".) 

Foods and food products : 

Ice cream factories. (See the heading "Ice Cream fac- 
tories".) 
Markets, public . (For data, if any, see the heading "Mar- 
kets, public".) 



Foods and food products : 

Milk and cream bottles : regulations governing sale and 
use. Comes, from the Chicago Milk Dealers' Assn., 
Milk Dealers' Bottle Exchange and the 111. Milk 
Dealers' Assn. and Ordinance (referred Jan. 28, 

1921, p. 1660), Filed 226-7 

Profiteering in foodstuffs. (For data, if any, see the 

notations under the heading "High cost of living".) 

Retail food establishments. (See under the heading 

"Food establishments".) 

Foot passageways under railroad tracks. (See the heading 

"Subways, railroad".) 

Ford, C. G. : Sign. Order, Passed 209K 

Forde, Bert : Driveway. Order, Passed 1233 

Forejt, James : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. 484 

Passed 670-1 

Foreman Bros. Banking Co. : Deposits of City funds. ( See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Forest Preserve District of Cook County. (See under the 

heading "Cook County".) 
Forgan, James B. : Tender of appointment as a member of 

the Board of Education. See 156S 

Fork av, : 

Elevated railroad structures at W. Lake st. : require- 
ment for rearrangement. (This is part of the pro- 
ject for the widening and improvement of South Wa- 
ter st. See "Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co." 
under the heading "South Water st") 
Opening and improvement of the street, ' from W. Lake 
st. to W. South Water st. (This is part of the pro- 
ject for the widening and improvement of South Wa- 
ter st. See "Fork av." under the heading "South 
Water st.") 
"Fork av." : Name for a certain unnamed street. (See 

under the heading "Street nomenclature".) 
Forrestville av. : Store building at s. e. cor. of E. 114th 

st. : prohibition against issuance of permit for erection. 

Order, Passed 2037 

Forsberg & Anderson: Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Forst, Jos.: Maintenance of building. Order, Passed.. 858 

Fort Dearborn Building Corp., Site of : Vacation of N. 

Michigan av. (part of the W. y 2 of the South Plaza, 

between N. Michigan av. and River st.). (See under the 

heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Fort Dearborn Fireproof Storage Co. : Claim. Order, 

Passed 1657 

Forte, Nick : Driveways. Order, Passed 487 

Forte (Nick) & Bros. : Driveway. Order, Passed 243 

Forty-eighth st. : 

Cable ducts under and across the street, east of S. Oak- 
ley av. (See under the heading "Fleischmann Co., 
The".) 
Sewer, from S. Halsted st. to Wallace st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st, etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st") • 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Forty-first Ward : 

Maine, Township of : recently-annexed territory made a 

part of the Ward. Ordinance, Passed 917-18 

Niles, Township of : recently-annexed portion of the 
township made a part of the Ward. Ordinance, 

Passed 1628 

Forty-fourth st. : Sidewalk, from S. St. Louis av. to Clif- 
ton Park av. (s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, 

Passed 660 

Forty-fourth Street Garage: Sign. Order, Passed 106 

Forty-second st. : Box in sidewalk space at No. 218 E. 

(See under the heading "Wouters Laundry Co.") 
Forty-seventh pi. : Paving, from Cottage Grove av. to 298 

ft. east. Ordinance, Passed 476-7 

Forty-seventh st. : 

Sidewalk, from S. Hamlin av. to S. Crawford av. (s. 

side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1035 

Sidewalk, from railroad first east of Archer av. to S. 
Hamlin av. (s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, 

Passed 872 

Forty-sixth pi. : Premises No, 562 W. : alterations in build- 
ing. Order, to Bldgs 660 

Passed 822 



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Forty-third st. : 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from S. State st. to S. 

Halsted st. Order, Passed 1591-2 

Sidewalk, from S. Knox av. to S. Cicero av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 497 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Foss, Alma: Driveway. Order, Passed 45 

Foss, T. S. : Driveways (permission to T. S. Foss and F. 

L. Zook). Order, Passed 262 

Foster av. : 

Paving, from 580 ft. east of Sheridan road to 702 ft. 

east of Sheridan road. Ordinance, Passed 1022 

Sidewalks, from N. St. Louis av. to N. Central Park av. 

(both sides). Ordinance, Passed 1235 

Stone wall across the street, at Lake Michigan : direc- 
tion for removal. Order, Passed 1993 

Water supply pipe, from Elston av. to 504 ft. westward. 

Order, Passed 1774-6 

Foster & McDonnell: Driveways. Order, Passed 1039 

Foster Music Publishers, The : 

Sign (roof) . Order, to Bldgs 1867 

Sign. Order, Passed 1912 

Foster, Stephen A. : Report and opinion (as counsel for 
the Com. on Local Transportation) on a comprehensive 
plan for the settlement of Chicago's transportation prob- 
lem. (See "Exhibit A" of the report of the Com. on 
Local Transportation, noted on pp. 754-813.) 
Foundry, municipal. (For data, if any, see "Shops, munici- 
pal" under the heading "Engineering Bureau of".) 
Fountas, Martin: Sign. (See under the heading "Demas, 

George".) 
Fourteenth pi. : Switch track across the street, west of 
S. Canal st. (See under "Central Terminal Ry. Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Fourteenth st. : 

Canopy at Nos. 720-28 W. (See under the heading 

"Klein, Rosalinda".) 
Railroad roundhouse at S. Canal st. : direction for action 

to cause removal. Order, Passed 577 

Sidewalks, from S. Clinton st. to S. Halsted st. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Recommitted to B. L. I.... 892-3 
Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 
"Subways, railroad".) 
Fourteenth Street Community Center : Closing of Solon st. 

to traffic for play purposes. Order, Passed 118 

Fourteenth St. Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping sta- 
tions" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Fourth of July. (For data, if any, see the heading "Inde- 
pendence Day".) 
Fowler St.: Traffic light (mushroom), at Wicker Park and 

Evergreen av. Order, Passed 116 

Fowling-pieces. (See the heading "Weapons".) 
Fox, M. E. : Loading platform (with ramps). Ordi- 
nance, to 8. & A 1017 

. Passed ... . 1761-2 

Acceptance and bond. See 2064 

Fox, Norman H. : Sign. Order, Passed 1736 

Francisco av. : 

Sewer, from W. 55th st. to 92 ft. north of W. 57th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1546 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, from Devon av. to 300 ft. south of 

Granville av. Order, Passed 1877 

Franco, Frank : Claim. To Finance. . . 1688 

Frank, Ed.: Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs.... 482 

Passed 671 

Frank, Jerome N. : Report and opinion (as counsel for the 
Com. on Local Transportation) on a comprehensive plan 
for the settlement of Chicago's transportation problem. 
(See "Exhibit A" of the report of the Com. on Local 
Transportation, noted on pp. 754-813.) 
Frank, Louis : Maintenance of stairway. Order, to 

Bldgs 1136 

Passed 1331 

Frank, Philip: Canopy. Order, Passed 106 

Frank st. : Sidewalks, from Miller st. to Blue Island av. 

(both sides). Ordinance, Recommitted to B. L. I.... 863 

Franke, Herman : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 39 

Passed 270 

Frankfurter, H. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed. ...... .2340-50 

Frankhauser, E. I. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 



Franklin st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Loading platform, at n. w. cor. of W. Harrison st. (See 

under the heading "Clow (James B.) & Sons".) 
Paving, from W. Lake st. to W. Jackson st. Ordi- 
nance (for repeal of an ordinance passed March 24, 

1919) , Passed , 845 

Railroad freight house, south of W. Harrison st. (e. 
side). (See under "B. & O. C. T. R. R. Co." under 
the heading "Railroads".) 
Stairways connecting upper and lower levels of W. South 
Water st. (See the ordinance providing for the im- 
provement of South Water st., noted under the head- 
ing "South Water St.") 
Subway, passenger (proposed), from W. Jackson boul. to 
the east end of the Van Buren st. tunnel. (See the 
report of the Com. on Local Transportation, noted 
on pp. 754-813.) 
Franklin Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) $> 

Franz, Charles: Claim. Order, Passed 1789-90 

Franzus, William : Claim. To Finance 1240 

Fraust, C H. : Maintenance of stand. Order, Passed. . 863 

Frear, A. Edward: Driveway. Order, Passed 1586 

Fredericks, Mrs. Wm. : Maintenance of windows. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1240 

Filed 1799-1800 

Freeman Garage : Sign. Order, Passed 1016 

Freer, J. : Sign. (See under the heading "Gregory, 
Chris".) 

Freitag, Carl : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 39 

Passed 270-1 

Frekolski, John : Driveway. Order, Passed 999 

Frenzel Brothers : 

Contract for the removal of ashes and refuse from the 

Lake View Pumping Station. Order, Passed 2371 

Contract for the removal of cinders from certain pump- 
ing stations. Order (for Jan., 1923), Passed .. 1745-6 
(Journal corrected, p. 1771.) 

Order (for Feb., 1923), Passed 1972 

Order (for March, 1923), Passed 2029 

Freund, L. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 45 

Passed 271 

Freund, Louis P. and Barbara: Vacation of part of an al- 
ley in Kay's Addn. to Chicago. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Freund, Prof. Ernst : Reports in connection with the pro- 
posed new constitution for the State. (See the nota- 
tions under "Constitution, etc." under the heading "Illi- 
nois, State of".) 

Freund, Otto E. : Claim. To Finance 1181 

Frieden's Evangelical Church of Peace : 

Church building : free permits for erection. Order, 

Passed 1039 

Water service pipe : authority for installation. Order, 

Passed 1038-9 

Friedlander, Julius : Claim. Order, Passed 537 

Friedman, H. I. : Sign. Order, to Bldgs 503 

Passed 671 

Friedman, L. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Friedman, Morris : Signs. Orders, Passed 260 

Friend, Alex. : Payment for services rendered the City as 
a real estate expert in street improvement matters. 

Order, Passed 48-9 

Friend, George E. : Claim. Order, Passed 80-1 

Friend, Hyman : Driveway. Order, Passed 234 

Frifeld, B. : Relocation of sign. Order, Passed 1804 

Fritz, E. : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Fritz, Ferdinand : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1245 

Passed 891 

Fritzel, M. J. : Canopy. Order, Passed 995 

Frolik, Joseph: Driveway. Order, Passed..... 2199 

Frontag-e consents: 

Automobile salesrooms : frontage consents required in 
residential districts ; prohibition against erection or 
maintenance within 200 ft. of hospitals, churches 
or schools. Ordinance, Passed 2365-7 

Dry-cleaning plants : change in regulations governing 
frontage consents in connection with establishment. 
Ordinance, to Bldgs 2000 

Intensity of use of lot areas : frontage consents required 
in certain cases. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 



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Frontage consents: 

Lumber yards, box yards, etc. : requirement for procure- 
ment of frontage consents for establishment within 
200 ft. of residence streets. Ordinance (see p. 

166), Passed 141-60 

Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids : requirement 
for procurement of frontage consents for installation 
in all districts. Ordinance (see p. 153), Passed 141-66 
Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids : frontage 
consents to be based on amount of frontage in lieu 
of number of owners ; petitions containing frontage 
consents to include legal description of property af- 
fected ; requirement for obtaining frontage consents 
for plots of ground other than rectangular in shape. 

Ordinance, Passed 873 

Fuel. (See the heading "Coal, charcoal and coke".) 
Fuel-oil. (See under the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 
Fuerst, J.: Maintenance of building. Order, Passed. . .1226 

Fulford, H. : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Fuller, Dr. : Sign. Order, Passed 1309 

Fuller, Dr. M. E. : Sign. Order, Passed 1409 

Fuller-Morrison Co.: Claim. To Finance 1227 

Fullerton av. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Canopy at Nos. 3705-3709. (See under the heading "Be- 

nesch, Chas.") 
Curb pump at No. 2252 : permission for installation. 

Order, Passed 1478 

Obstructions in parkway in rear of premises at s. e. cor. 
of N. Cicero av. : direction for removal. Order, 

Passed 1548 

Repair of pavement, from N. Kedzie av. to N. Crawford 

av. Order, Passed 583-4 

Repair of pavement, from N. Kedzie av. to N. Kostner av. 

Order, to Finance 45 

Repair of pavement, from N. Kildare av. to Lowell av. 

Order, Passed 584 

Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 2420. (See under the 

heading "Strink, Stanley".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at Nos. 4221-23. (See under 

the heading "Apfel, Ed".) 
Tires in parkway in rear of premises at s. e. cor. of N. 

Cicero av. : direction for removal. Order, Passed 1548 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Austin av. 

Order, Passed 64-5 

Fullerton Avenue Pumping Station. (For data, if any, see 
under "Pumping stations" under the heading "Engineer- 
ing, Bureau of".) 
Fullerton Plaza Building Corp. : Sign. Order, Passed. . 120 

Fullerton State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 
the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Fulton, E. W. : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Fulton, Henry D. : Vacation of part of an alley in I. J. 
Nickol's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of al- 
leys".) 
Fulton st. : 

Canopy at n. w. cor. of N. Jefferson st. (See under the 

heading "Field (Walter) Co.") 
Canopy at Nos. 1152-54. (See under the heading "United 

Butchers' Packing Co.") 
Conduit under and across the street, east of N. Hoyne 

av. (See under the heading "Wolff Mfg. Co.") 
Filling station, at s. w. cor. of N. Oakley boul. Order, 

to Q., O. & E. L 1991 

Second Order, Passed 2094 

Amendment, to G., O. & E. L 2193 

Loading platform (with ramps), at n. e. cor. of Curtis 

st. (See under the heading "Weinberg Bros. & Co.") 

Loading platform (with ramps), at n. e. cor. of N. May 

st. (See under the heading "Fox, M. E.") 
Loading platform (with ramp), at No. 1118. (See under 

the heading "Terman (Edward) & Co.") 
Sidewalks, from N. Robey st. to N. Western av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 1225-6 

Sidewalk, from N. Union av. to N. Halsted st. (s. side). 

Order, Passed 1136 

Fulton Street Wholesale Market Co., The: Scale. Or- 
der, Passed 1017 

Funerals. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Under- 
takers and care of the dead".) 

Furlong, Edward P.: Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Furlong, James D. : Honorable mention for 1921. See. 465 



Furmanski, Steve : Remodeling of building. Order, 

Passed 45 

Furnaces (hot-air). (See under the heading "Heating plants, 
heating devices, etc.") 

Furner Garage: Driveway. Order, Passed 242 

Furniture and household goods : 

Filling materials used for bedding, etc : "mattress mate- 
rial" denned; prohibition against use of secondhand 
material ; exceptions ; requirement for labeling of ma- 
terial ; penalty. Ordinance, to Health 1805 

Passed 2053-4 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2158 

Movers of furniture : license fees changed. Order, to 

Finance . 122 



G. 

Gabel, Charles: Claim. Order, Passed 560-1 

Gaertner, William : Vacation of alleys in James Quirk and 
Others Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of al- 
leys".) 
Gage Farm : School for Boys. (For data, if any, see the 

heading "Chicago and Cook County School for Boys".) 
Gage, Stanley K. : Vacation of N. Kildare av. and an ad- 
jacent alley. (See the notations under "Kildare av." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Gagnon, F. : Remodeling of building. Order, Passed... 237 

Gailing, Wm. F. : Sign. Order, Passed 45 

Gailloreto, Dominic : Maintenance and occupancy of build- 
ing. Order, to Bldgs 491 

Passed : . . '. 822 

Galasso, C. : Claim. To Finance 1869 

Gale, Elmer S. : Claim. To Finance 2146 

Galena, Joseph: Repair of building. Order, to Bldgs.. 1408 

Passed 1611 

Gall, William : Commendation for bravery during 1921. 

See 462-3 

Gallistel, Mary M. : Vacation of E. 101st st. and part of 
Avenue J. (See the notations under "One hundred first 
st." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Gait, Arthur F. : Vacation of an alley in A. T. Gait's Edge- 
water Golf Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 
Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Co. : 

Fog bell ringer : sale to the City. Order, Passed 551 

Fire alarm box cases and movements : sale to the City. 

Order, Passed 1326 

Ganong, Elmer: Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Garages : 

Basements of garages : motor vehicles containing inflam- 
mable liquid in their tanks not permitted in base- 
ments. Ordinance (see pp. 145-6), Passed 141-66 

Oil and grease traps and separators : requirement for 
cleaning every two months. Ordinance (see p. 

146), Passed 141-66 

Public garages : definition changed. Ordinance, Passed 

2365-7 

Public garages : direction for changes in license fees and 
expiration dates of licenses, and provision for pro- 
rating 1923 licenses, in The Chicago Municipal Code 

of 1922. Order, Passed 121-2 

Public garages : method of determining license fees 
changed. Ordinance (referred Feb. 1, 1922, p. 

1845) , Filed 625 

Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids. (See under 

the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 
Ventilation of garages : regulations prescribed. Ordi- 
nance (referred Dec. 28, 1921, p. 1532), Filed 226-7 

Welding and carbon removing outfits, and emery wheels : 
permission for use by garages. Ordinance (see p. 

146), Passed 141-66 

Garbage, Ashes and Rubbish Disposal Bond Fund. (For data, 
if any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the head- 
ing "Finance".) 

Garbage and waste; 

Ashes : in the matter of removal from buildings, etc. 
(See the notations under "Collection and removal of 
garbage, etc." below.) 

Ashes : prohibition against storing inside of buildings in 
wooden receptacles or in close proximity to combus- 
tible material. Ordinance (see p. 164), Passed .141-66 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 



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Garbage and waste: 

Bridewell Incinerator. (See "Incineration plant" under 

the heading "House of Correction".) 
Collection and removal of garbage, ashes, street dirt, etc. : 
Appropriations (general) for the work. (See the 

appropriations for the Bureau of Streets.) 
Appropriation for the removal of garbage by boats 

under contract. See 2286 

Come, from the Comr. of P. W. (explaining the neces- 
sity for increased appropriations), to Finance. 524-5 
Come, from the Lower North Community Council 
(requesting an adequate appropriation for the 
purpose) (referred Dec. 28, 1921, p. 1486), 

Filed 753 

Ordinance (appropriating .$500,000 from the Cor- 
porate Purposes Fund for the work), to Finance 294 
Order (for the removal of garbage and ashes from 
all buildings by the City of Chicago, and imposi- 
tion of a charge for such service in certain 

cases), to Chgo. Comn. on City Wastes 566 

Order (directing the allotment of 1923 appropria- 
tions by Wards) , to Finance 1587 

Resolution (directing the allotment of 1923 appro- 
priations by Wards), to Finance 1983 

Dumping of ashes and refuse on Bosworth av., between 
Diversey parkway and Wrightwood av., and on streets 
and alleys in the old 24th Ward : direction for dis- 
continuance. Order, Passed 1541 

Dumps for ashes, street dirt, etc. (See under the head- 
ing "Streets, Bureau of".) 
Goose Island incineration plant and loading station. (For 
data, if any, see under the heading "Waste Disposal, 
Bureau of".) 
Incinerators : appropriation for the purchase of land for, 

and the construction of incinerators. See 2297 

Loading stations : appropriation for the purchase of land 

for, and the construction of loading stations. See 2297 
Municipal reduction plant. (See under the heading 

"Waste Disposal, Bureau of".) 
Ninety-fifth st. incinerator. (For data, if any, see under 

the heading "Waste Disposal, Bureau of".) 
Receptacles with display advertising for waste paper and 
refuse : permission for installation and maintenance 
in streets and alleys (Wm. B. Speeler). Ordinance 

to S. & A 1913 

Filed 1986-7 

Removal of garbage, etc., from streets, alleys, buildings, 
etc. (For data, if any, see "Collection and removal 
of garbage", above.) 
Scavengers. (For data, if any, see the heading "Scav- 
engers".) 
Trade wastes : amendment of the regulations providing 
for the disposal of trade wastes. Come. (City 

Compt.), to Waste Comn 753 

Transportation of garbage by boat : contract for trans- 
portation from the Oakley av. and the Chicago av. 
loading stations to the Municipal Reduction Plant 

(Christopher Mamer) . Order. Passed 1754 

Ward appropriations (for the collection and removal of 
garbage, street sweepings, etc.). (For data, if any, 
see under "Appropriations" under the heading 
"Streets, Bureau of".) 
Waste Disposal, Bureau of. (See the heading "Waste 
Disposal, Bureau of".) 
Garbage and Waste Disposal Building and Equipment Bond 
Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special funds, miscel- 
laneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Garden Building Corp. : Canopies. Order, Passed .... 1870 

Garden City Sand Co. : 

Cement : sale to the City. Orders, Passed 

1723, 1969, 2028, 2164^5. 

Paint : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1172-3 

Garden City Wrecking Co. : Payment for removal of par- 
titions at the Municipal Pier. Order, Passed 19 

Garden Homes Improvement Assn. : Protest against any 
regulation permitting the erection of buildings exceeding 

260 ft. in height. Come, to Zoning Comn 1772 

Gardener's supplies. (See the ordinance licensing wholesale 
commission florists, noted under the heading "Florists".) 
Gardiner Metal Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1472 



Gardner, A. L. : Notice of application by the Northwestern 
Elevated R. R. Co., the Metropolitan West Side Elevated 
R. R. Co. and the South Side Elevated R. R. Co. to the 
Illinois Commerce Comn. for certificates of convenience 
and necessity to transport passengers by motor vehicles 
in certain streets in the City of Chicago as extensions to 
their service. Come, and Ordinance, to Local Trans. . 943-4 
Garfield boul. : Premises No. 111S W. : maintenance of 

porch. Order, to Bldgs 260 

Filed 826 

Garfield Motor Sales Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed.. 849 

Garfield Park Club: Banner. Order, Passed °°3 

Garfield Park State Savings Bank : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Sign. Order, to Bldgs 1550 

Passed j 1756 

Sign. Order, Passed 18120 

Garfield Park Storage Co. : Claim. To Finance 233 

Garfield Welding Service: Sign.. Order, Passed 1696 

Garford Motor Truck Co. : Sale of tractor truck to the 

City. Order, Passed 667-8 

Garilovic, Steve : Claim. Filed 624 

Garland ct. : 

Canopy at s. w. cor. of E. Randolph st. (See under the 

heading "Uihlein, Robert A.") 
Loading platform, north of E. Washington st. ( See under 

the heading "Colby (John A.) & Sons".) 
Loading platform, north of E. Washington st. (w. side), 
(See under the heading "Colby (John A.) & Sons".) 
Loading platform, north of E. Washington st. (See under 

the heading "Roth, Incorporated".) 
Widening and improvement of the street, from E. Lake 
st. to E. South Water st. (This is part of the pro- 
ject for the widening and improvement of South Wa- 
ter st. See "Garland ct." under the heading "South 
Water st.") 
"Garland ct." : Name for a certain unnamed street. (See 

under the heading "Street nomenclature".) 
Garner, John P.: Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

Garrett, John A.: Claim. To Finance 2040-1 

Garrity, John S. : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 883 

Gasoline tank in parkway. Order, Passed 267 

Garrity, Thomas N. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Garvey, Joseph J. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Or- 
der, Passed 1693 

Garvy, Wm. J. : Protest against the passage of an ordi- 
nance vacating alleys in Robertson's Sub. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Gas. (See the heading "Gas and gas appliances".) 
Gas Bureau. (See the heading "Public Service, Department 
of".) 

G-as and Electricity, Department of: 

Annual Report for 1921 : authority for printing (Sever- 

inghaus Printing Co.). Order, Passed 553 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2270-4, 2300-1 

Appropriations (supplementary). See 707 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous", under the heading "Finance".) 
Construction, repairs, upkeep, etc. : Appropriations for 

construction work. (See the appropriations for the 

Department of Gas and Electricity, noted above.) 
Electric Wiring and Repair Capital Account. (For data, 

if any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading 

"Finance".) 
Electrical Construction Capital Account. (For data, if 

any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading 

"Finance".) 
Electricians (Supervising), Board of Examiners of. (See 

under the heading "Electric light and power".) 
Employes : 

Blacksmith's helper : direction for submission of an 
ordinance authorizing employment. Order, to 
Finance 243 

Clerk (principal) : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 727 

Deputy Commissioner of 'Gas and Electricity : com- 
pensation for maintenance of a personally-owned 
automobile. Order, Passed 1160-1 



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75 



Gas and Electricity, Department of: 
Employes : 

Electrical draftsman : compensation for maintenance 
of a personally-owned automobile. Order, 

Passed 1160-1 

Electrical Engineer in Charge : compensation for 
maintenance of a personally-owned automobile. 

Order, Passed 1160-1 

Electrical mechanics : adjustment of salary rates. 

Order, Passed 1159-60 

Electrical mechanics : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 728 

Electrical mechanics, foreman of : authority for em- 
ployment, and compensation for maintenance 
of a personally-owned automobile. Order, 

Passed 728 

Electrical Mechanics, Foreman and Supervisor of : 
increase in rate of compensation for maintenance 
of a personally-owned automobile. Order, 

Passed 728 

Foreman of Maintenance : increase in salary rate. 

Order, Passed 1161-2 

Lineman : compensation for maintenance of a per- 
sonally-owned automobile. Order, Passed. .1160-1 
Linemen : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 1597 

Readjustment of salary rates of sundry employes 
subsequent to the passage of the annual Ap- 
propriation Bill for 1922. Order, Passed 724-0 

Amended 1160 

Stenographer (junior) : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 728 

Stenographer (junior) : authority for employment in 

lieu of a junior clerk. Order, Passed 728 

Stenographers (junior) : increase in salary rates. 

Orders, Passed 727, 1160, 1247 

Stenographers (principal) : provision for employment 
of two in lieu of two senior stenographers. 
Amendments (to the Approp. Bill for 1923), to 

Finance 2364, 2365 

Sundry employes : appropriation for employment in 
connection with extensions to the street light- 
ing system. See 707 

Order (increasing the salary rate of junior 

stenographers) , Passed 1160 

Sundry employes : authority for changes in titles. 

Order, Passed 726-7 

Sundry mechanics and laborers : authority for em- 
ployment. Order, Passed 1161 

Telegraph repairer, assistant : authority for em- 
ployment. Order, Passed 1161 

Equipment : 

Ammeters : authority for purchase (Western Elec- 
tric Co.) . Order, Passed 1601 

Automobile (Cadillac) : authority for purchase, and 
exchange of old Haynes automobile in part 
payment (Cadillac Motor Car Co.). Order, 

Passed , 665-6 

Automobiles (Ford) : authority for purchase, and 
exchange of old Ford automobile and old Over- 
land automobile in part payment (S. & L. 

Motor Co.) . Order, Passed 666 

Automobile (Ford) : authority for purchase, and ex- 
change of old Ford automobile in part payment 
(Glenn E. Holmes, Inc.). Order, Passed. . .1601 2 
Automobiles (Ford) : transfer from the Chicago 

Zoning Commission. Order, Passed 750-1 

Conduit : authority for purchase (Western Electric , 

Co.) . Order, Passed 1624-5 

Disconnecting switches : authority for purchase 

(Commonwealth Edison Co.). Order, Passed. 1605 

Electric lamps : authoity for purchase. Order, 

Passed 1790 

Electrical equipment : authority for purchase (Elec- 
trical Material Co.). Order, Passed 1861 

Electrical equipment : authority for purchase (Man- 
hattan Electric Supply Co.). Order, Passed.. 1418 
Electrical equipment : authority for purchase (Wes- 
tern Electric Co.). Order, Passed 1970 

Fire alarm box cases and movements : authority for 
purchase (Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph 

Co.). Order, Passed 1326 

<;iobes for tungsten lamps: authority for purchase 

(A. F. Henderson). Order, Passed 1746-7 



Gas and Electricity, Department of: 

Equipment : 

Incandescent lamps : extension of contract for pur- 
chase. Order, Passed 1790 

Lamps (Channel) : authority for purchase (Norwood 

Noonan Co.). Order, Passed 2029 

Mushroom light : authority for purchase (Essco 

Mfg. Co.) . Order, Passed 749 

Reels: authority for purchase (Peerless Light Co.). 

Order, Passed 537 

Regulators : authority for purchase (Commonwealth 

Edison Co.) . Orders, Passed 1603 

Regulators : authority for purchase (Electrical Ma- 
terial Co. ) . Order, Passed 1752-3 

Slate panels: authority for purchase (Henry New- 

gard & Co.). Order, Passed 1603-4 

Street lamps : payment for purchase. Order, 

Passed 2026 

Switchboard wire : authority for purchase (Central 

Electric Co.). Order, Passed 1605 

Transformers: authority for purchase (Western 

Electric Co.). Order, Passed 1605-6 

Zone markers : authority for purchase (Essco Mfg. 

Co.) . Order, Passed 749 

Fire alarm and police telegraph system : 

Ada St.: at W. Ohio st. (f. a. box). Order, 

Passed " 1539 

Appropriations for maintenance, reconstruction, ex- 
tensions, etc. See 2236, 2244, 2271 

Blaine pi. : at N. California av. (f. a. box). Order, 

Passed 865 

Blaine pi. : at N. California av. (p. a. box). Order, 

Passed 865 

Central av. : at Grace st. (f. a. box). Order, 

Passed 1232-3 

Church st.: at No. 11652 (combination). Order, 

Passed 1317 

Eighteenth st. : at S. Keeler av. (f. a. box). Order, 

Passed 1742 

Eighty-eighth st. : at s.w. cor. of Indiana av. 

(p. a. box). Order, Passed 1686 

Eighty-third st. : at St. Lawrence av. (f. a. box). 

Order, Passed 850 

Eighty-third st. : at South Park av. (f. a. box). Ol- 
der, Passed 850 

Seventy-fifth st. : at Indiana av. (f. a. box). Or- 
der, Passed 850 

Seventy-fifth st. : at South Park av. (f. a. box). 

Order, Passed 850 

Seventy-fifth St.: at S. State st. (f. a. box). Or- 
der, Passed 850 

Seventy-ninth St.: at Indiana av. (f. a. box). Or- 
der, Passed 850 

Seventy-ninth st. : at St. Lawrence av. (f. a. box). 

Order, Passed 850 

Seventy-ninth st. : at South Park av. (f. a. box). 

Order, Passed 850 

Seventy-seventh st. : at Indiana av. (f. a. box). 

Order, Passed 850 

Seventy-seventh st. : at South Park av. (f. a. box). 

Order, Passed 850 

Seventy-seventh st. : at S. State st. (f. a. box). 

Order, Passed 850 

Seventy-third St.: at Indiana av. (f. a. box). Or- 
der, Passed 850 

Seventy-third st. : at S. State st. (f. a. box). Or- 
der, Passed 850 

Sixty-fifth St.: at S. Seeley av. (p. a. box). Or- 
der, Passed 1236 

Municipal lighting system: 

(See also the heading "Street lights".) 
Appropriation for the extension of the work, in- 
cluding the employment of sundry persons. 
See ™ 7 

Appropriations for maintenance, construction work, 
repairs, renewals, etc. (See the appropriations 
for the Department of Gas and Electricity, 
noted above.) 
Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Spec- 
ial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
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Gas and Electricity, Department of: 

Municipal lighting system : 

Bond issue ($2,000,000) for extensions : authority 
for issuance and provision for submission to 
a referendum vote. Subst. Ordinance, 

Passed 139-40 

Report of newspaper publication. See. . . . 289 

(For the result of the referendum vote, 
see p. 600). 
Ordinance (authorizing a reduction in the 

interest rate on the bonds), Passed 730-1 

Bond-issue ($2,000,000) for extensions: direction 
for submission of plats showing contemplated 
locations for lights in the respective wards. 

Order, Passed 1882 

Diffusing globes : extension of contract for purchase 

(Inland Glass Co.). Order, Passed 1720 

Gas lampposts : authority for removals and repairs. 

Order, Passed 729 

Outlying districts : direction for an appropriation 
of $500,000 for the installation of street lights 

in the districts. Order, to Finance 1914 

Sedgwick st. substation : authority for removal of smoke- 
stack. Order, Passed 1247 

Street-lighting system. (See "Municipal lighting sys- 
tem", above. See also the heading "Street lights".) 
Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Fibre conduit : authority for purchase. Order, 

Passed 553-4 

Lamps ('Mazda") : authority for purchase. Order, 

Passed 1966 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

Gas and gas appliances: 

(See also the heading "Public utilities".) 
Acetylene gas : sundry changes in regulations concerning 
manufacture, use, installation and housing of equip- 
ment, tanks for storage, etc. Ordinance (see 

pp. 149-51), Passed 141-66 

Calcium carbide : specifications for storage buildings and 
containers ; sundry changes in license regulations. 

Ordinance (see p. 165), Passed 141-66 

Fixtures (gas) : sale at retail by hardware stores. (See 
the ordinance licensing and regulating, noted under 
the heading "Hardware stores".) 
Heaters (gas). (See under the heading "Heating plants, 

heating devices, etc.") 
Peoples Gas Light and Coke Co. : 

Keeler av., from W. 27th st. to W. 31st st. : direc- 
tion for restoration of street pavement. Or- 
der, Passed 1320 

Plant at W. 31st st. and S. Kostner av. : direction 
for investigation of obnoxious odors. Order, 

Passed 1887 

Bates : appropriations for gas-rate litigation, etc. (See 
the appropriation for the Committee on Gas Litiga- 
tion.) 
Gas Litigation, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriation (annual). See 2220 

Payment for services of Donald R. Richberg. Order, 

Passed 2026-7 

Reports of the work of the committee and of its legal 
and engineering staffs. (For data, If any, see the 
various items concerning gas rates, noted under the 
heading "Gas and gas appliances".) 
Gas, Oil and Electric Light, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2220 

Gash, A. D. : Request for amendment of the provision for 
lights on vehicles drawn by animal power. Come, (re- 
ferred March 15, 1922, p. 2263), Filed 221-2 

Gasoline and gasoline containers. (For general data, if any, 
see under the heading "Inflammable liquids". For con- 
tainers at particular locations, see under the respective 
streets and alleys and under the names of particular in- 
dividuals.) 
Gasoline stoves. (See under the heading "Inflammable 
liquids".) 

Gasperik, Alex: Claim. To Finance 1413 

Gass, D. E. : Claim. To Finance 1883 



Gates and gatemen at grade crossings of steam railroad 
tracks. (See "Gates and gatemen" under the heading 
"Railroads".) 
Gauger, (John A.) & Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed. .1008 

Gawrych, George A. : Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Gazda, Peter : Removal and occupancy of building. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1688 

Passed 1889-90 

Geaslen, R. L. : Claim. Order, Passed 729 

Geehan, Dr. F. : Sign. Order, Passed 1120 

Geiger, Ellis : Death. (See under the heading "Deaths".) 

Geis, George T. : Claim. Order, Passed 80-1 

Geis, William : Compensation for extra services. Order, 

Passed 1554 

Gekas, John C. : Condemnation of persecution of Chris- 
tians by the Turks. Address, Noted 596 

General Amusement Co. : Vacation of an alley in H. F. 
Abbott's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 
General Assembly of Illinois. (For data, if any, see under 

the heading, "Illinois, State of".) 
General brokers. (See under the heading "Brokers".) 
General Corporate Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
General Electric Co. : 

Fireboat "Medill" : repair of generators. Order, 

Passed 552-3 

Generator : repair for the City. Order, Passed 1419 

General Explosives Co. : Sale of explosives to the City. 

Order, Parsed 1964 

General Furniture Co. : Sign. Order, to Bldgs 661 

General Motors Truck Co. : Sale of an automobile truck 

to the City. Order, Passed 22 

Amended 543 

General Wrecking & Lumber Co. : Contract for wrecking 
and removal of the water tower at the 22nd St. Pumping 

Station. Order, Passed 536 

Gennes, George : Sign. Order, Passed 1039 

Gentz, Benjamin : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1629 

George st. : 

Paving, from N. Crawford av. to Kearsarge av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1742 

Paving, from N. Western av. to Elston av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1814 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from the C. & N. W. R. R. 

to N. Robey st. Order, Passed 745 

Sidewalk, from N. Springfield av. to N. Harding av. 

(s. side) . Ordinance, Passed 1235 

Water supply pipe, from 437 ft. west of N. Lavergne 

av. to 100 ft. westward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from 380 ft. west of N. LeClaire av. 

to 100 ft. eastward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from N. Robey st. to N. Seeley av. 

Order, Passed 1267-8 

Gerlach, Arthur: Repairs to building. Order, to Bldgs. .1361 

Filed 1799-1800 

German-American Citizens' League : Refund of a portion 
of the net proceeds for refreshment privileges at the 

Municipal Pier. Order, Passed 1552 

German Evangelical Deaconess Hospital : Tag day. ( See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 
German Evangelical Orphanage and Old People's Home : 

Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Germany : Endorsement of pending Congressional legisla- 
tion for the relief of famine in the country. Resolu- 
tion, Adopted 1875 

Germany and Austria, American Society for the Relief of the 
Starving Children of: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 

Gerrick, S. : Claim. To Finance 1137 

GersCh, Walter C. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Gerts, Lumbard & Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed .... 36-7 
Gethsemane Evangelical Church : Presentation by the City ■ 
of one hose wagon and a set of harness for Elmhurst Col- 
lege. Order, Passed 1859 

Gettysburg st.: Vacation of the street. (See under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Geyser, Paul H. : Garage. Order, Passed 878 

Giamarese, Nick : Claim. To Finance 1987 

Gibbs, Elliott : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

a., O. & E. L 1469 

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Gibson, William : Q.-c. deeds of the City's Interest In cer- 
tain property acquired through tax sales. (See under the 
heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 
Giddings st. : 

Curb-stone at Milwaukee av. : direction for cutting. 

Order, Passed 656 

Paving, from N. Central av. to N. Linder av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1693 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from 182 ft. east of N. Marmora av. 

to 84 ft. eastward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Gilberson, C. A. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 135 

Giles (J. S.) & Sons: Driveway. Order, Passed 1306 

Gillespie, George B. : 

Telephone-rate litigation : repeal of the ordinance, passed 
May 3, 1920, fixing rate as special counsel. Ordi- 
nance (referred July 8, 1921, p. 709) Filed 

Traction litigation : repeal of the ordinance, passed May 
3, 1920, fixing rate as special counsel. Ordinance 

(referred July 8, 1921, pp. 708-9), Filed 

Gillette Lumber & Wrecking Co. : Vacation of S. Bishop 
and Laflin sts. (See the notations under "Bishop st." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Ginsberg. I. S. and Leo.: Claim. To Finance 1538 

Ginsburg, Mrs. Dorothy S. : Appointments. (See under the 
heading "Appointments".) 



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25 



Giovenco, John : 
Glade, John : 
Glanz, Louis D. : 
Glay & Lukes : 
Gleason, Wm. : 
Glende, Mrs. T. : 



Claim. Filed 1209-10 

House drain. Order, Passed 2097 

Driveway. Order, Passed 495 

Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Driveway. Order, Passed 105 

Auto-shed. Order, Passed 856 



Glenlake av. : Water supply pipe, from Broadway to the 

Northwestern Elevated R. R. Order, Passed 1735 

Glenwood Manual Training School (Women's Aux. Board) : 

Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Glidden Co., The : Vacation of an alley in O. G. Fox's 

Colorado Avenue Addn. to Chicago. (See under the 

heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Glover, Alfred : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to G., 

O. £ E. L 1469 

Filed 1864 

Gnaedinger & Geisser : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Godair. Mrs. William H. : Claim. To Finance 1730 

Goes Lithographing Co. : Water from fire hydrant. Or- • 

der, Passed 581 

Gold Brothers : Canopy. Order, Passed 861 

Gold Star Mothers (Chapter No. 1) : Sale of tickets in the 

City Hall for the Disabled Soldiers' Benefit Carnival. 

Come. (C. P. W.), Pub 65-6 

Order, Passed 66 

Goldberg, A. D. : Claims. Order, Passed 1283 

Goldberg, David: Sign. Order, Passed 1218 

Goldberg. Joseph: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Goldberg, Mrs. : Claim. Order, Passed 1623 

Goldbus, Robert S. : Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 

Golden Pheasant Inn : Claims. Order, Passed 751-2 

Goldfine, Isaac : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 271 

Goldman, Mr. : Claim. Order, Passed 1070 

Goldman, P. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1687 

Goldsmith, A. C. : Claim. Order, Passed 561 

Goldsmith Bros. Smelting & Refining Co. : 

Conduit and pipe. Ordinance (for repeal of an ordi- 
nance passed Jan. 3, 1921) , Passed 1931 

Conduit and pipe : new bond (under an ordinance passed 

Jam 3, 1921). See \ 289 

Switch tracks. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Vacation of an alley in Central Avenue Addn. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Goldstein, Esther: Claim. Order, Passed ...1282-3 

Goldstein, M. : Addition to building. Order, Passed 1473 

Goldstine, L. O. : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Good Will Delegation to France. (See the heading "American 

Committee for Devastated France, Inc.") 
Good Will Workers : Tag day. (See under the heading 

"Tag days".) 

Goode, William : Driveways. Order, Passed 1321 

Goodell, J. M. : Claim. Order, Passed 561 



Goodman Manufacturing Co. : 

Maintenance of vacated street as driveway. Order, 

Passed 1739 

Switch tracks. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Vacation of W. 48th st. and an adjacent alley. (See 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Goodman st. : Sewer, from Edmunds st. to Indian Boundary 

line. Ordinance, Passed 495-6 

• Goodrich Transit Co. : Banner. Order, Passed 571 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. : Sale of automobile tires to 

the City. Order, Passed 1972 

Goose Island incineration plant and loading station. (For 
data, if any, see under the heading "Waste Disposal, 
Bureau of".) 
Goowens, John J. : Vacation of part of E. 121st st. and 
adjacent alleys. (See the notations under "One hundred 
twenty-first st." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 
Gordon, J. A. : Maintenance of buildings. Order, 

Passed 1405-6 

Gordon, Mary : Claim. To Finance 1912 

Gordon, Morris: Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Gordon, Mrs. Morris M. : Claim. To Finance 1415 

Gordon, Sam: Driveway. Order, Passed 1464-5 

Gore, Edward E. : Address to the City Council in connec- 
tion with a strike of street railway and elevated railroad 

employes. Noted 930 

Gore, Herman R. : Claim. To Finance 1536 

Goss Printing Press Co., The : Lease of space in S. Ash- 
land av. See 98 

Gould (F. W.) Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed 651 

Goush, Frank : Alterations in building. Order, Passed.. 1730 
Govier, Sheldon W. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 
Graber, Phillip S. : Tender of appointment as a member 

of the Board of Education. See 1566 

Grace English Evangelical Lutheran Church : Temporary 

school building. Order, to Bldgs 2147 

Grace st. : 

Sewers, from the North Branch of the Chicago River to 
N. California av., etc. (system). Ordinance, 

Passed 1879 

Sewer, from Rokeby st. to Osgood st. (See "Sewer, from 
Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." under the heading 
"Clifton av.") 
Sidewalk, from N. Oak Park av. to N. New England av. 

(s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 256 

Water supply pipe, from N. Kedzie av. to N. Spaulding av. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from N. Narragansett av. to N. Mobile 

av. Order, Passed 1267-8 

Grace Temple Baptist Church : Tag days. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Grade crossings over railroads. (For general data, if any, 
see "Grade crossings" under the heading "Railroads". 
For matters concerning particular railroads, see under 
the names of the respective companies, under the head- 
ing "Railroads".) 
Grades of streets and alleys. (See under the heading 

"Streets".) 
Grady, Denis H. : Vacation of alleys in John F. Thomp- 
son's North Avenue Sub. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 
Grady, Michael : Commendation for bravery during 1921. 

See 462-3 

TJrady, Michael J.: Honorable mention for 1921. See. .460-1 
Graf, Edmund S. : Vacation of N. Kildare av. and an ad- 
jacent alley. (See the notations under "Kildare av." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Grafe, William O. : Sign. Order, Passed 2041 

Graham, E. R. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1874 

Graham, George: Claim. To Finance 1734 

Graham & Morton Transportation Co. : Lease of dock 
space along the south side of the Chicago River, between 

N. Clark st. and N. Dearborn st. See 2174 

Graise, Emma : Settlement of claim against the City aris- 
ing out of the race riots. Order, Passed 1624 

Gramm, R. : Sign. Order, Passed 1218 

Cranberry. A.: Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Grand av. : 

Premises No. 1119 W. : claim of owner. To Finance. ■ .1807 
Sidewalk, from N. Melvina av. to N. Narragansett av. 

(s.w. side). Ordinance, Passed 264 



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Grand av. : 

Stone quarry in the vicinity of N. Western av. : revoca- 
tion of blasting permits. Petition, to Health 1134 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water meter at No. 943 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1688 

Water meter at Nos. 1035-7 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1016 

Passed 1659-60 

Water meter at No. 1401 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1539 

Passed 1973-4 

Water supply pipe, from N. Austin av. to N. Meade av. 

(s. side) . Order, Passed 64-5 

Water supply pipes, at the intersections of N. Natchez 
av., N. Nagle av., N. Narragansett av., N. Mobile 
av. and N. Melvina av. (s. side). Order, Passed. . .64-5 
Grand boul. : Tank and pump (gasoline) at No. 3993. (See 

under the heading "Loeb, S. E.") 
Grand Trunk Railway Co. (See under the heading "Rail- 
roads.") 
Granville av. : 

Drains, between N. Western av. and N. Lincoln St., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 1810-11 

Paving, from Ravenswood av. to N. Western av., etc. 
(■system). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and 

to S. & A 1951-7 

Ordinance, Passed 2215 

Water service pipes, between N. Western av. and Ridge 

av., etc. Ordinance, Passed 1994 

Water supply pipe, from N. Fairfield av. to N. Rockwell 

st. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Grasse, Paul : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 869 

Grassie, James E. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 96 

Gratch, Samuel : Driveway. Order, Passed 1471 

Grattan, Charles : Honorable mention for 1921. See.... 462 

Gratza, John : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 246 

Filling tank. Order, Passed 489 

Grauel, Armo : Driveways. Orders, Passed 1020 

Grawoig Ice Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed ........ 242 

Gray, Harry: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1133 

Passed 1331 

Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 1220 

Great Eastern Coal Co., Inc. : Recommendation for the 
establishment of distribution stations for the sale of 

coal at a fair price. Come, to High Costs 944 

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. : 

Cancellation of warrants for collection. Order, 

Passed 729-30 

Fireboat "Illinois": contract for repair. Order, Passed. 1250 
Fireboat "Stewart" : contract for repair. Order, 

Passed 1753-4 

Great Lakes Varnish Works : 

Building. Order, to Bldgs 501 

Passed 822-3 

Driveways. Order, Passed 1044 

Greater Chicago Federation : 

"Greater Chicago Improvements" : in the matter of 
hastening the completion of the improvements. 

Resolution, to Judiciary 1495 

Pub. and Filed 1672-3 

Motorbus transportation : recommendations in the mat- 
ter. Come, to Local Trans 1494-5 

Public utilities : request for the enactment of enabling 
legislation to acquire public utilities by condemna- 
tion. Resolution, to Local Trans 524 

Filed . < 2133 

Signal devices on automobiles : in the matter of the 
avoidance of unnecessary noises. Resolution, to 

Judiciary 1495 

Street pavements : protest against alleged destruction of 
pavements by trucks. Come, (referred June 13, 

1922, p. 524), Disposed of 1681 

Subway construction : request for discontinuance of con- 
sideration of the question until a definite plan for 
the improvement of transportation conditions has 
been formulated and approved by a referendum 

vote. Resolution, to Local Trans 179 

Grebig, Joseph : Claim. Filed 623 



Grebowski, Frank : Construction of a building. Order, 

to Bldgs 1357 

Filed 1402-3 

Green, J. Kent: Appropriation for payment of services in 
connection with revision of court orders for the Municipal 

Court of Chicago. See 223S 

Green, W. II. : Suspension from the Fire Dept. in con- 

nection with Ku Klux Klan investigation. Order, 

Passed 1684 

Green Bay av. : Switch track across the street, north of 

E. 132nd st. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." 
under the. heading "Switch tracks".) 
Green st. : 

Canopy at the s.w. cor. of W. 64th st. (See under the 
heading "South Side Masonic Temple Building Assn.") 
Drains, between W. 100th st. and W. 102nd st., etc. (sys- 
tem). Ordinance, Passed 662-3 

Paving, from W. 100th st. to W. 102nd st. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 99th st. to W. 103rd st., etc." under 
the heading "Racine av.") 
Scale in the roadway, at No. 306 N. (See under the head- 
ing "Fulton Street Wholesale Market Co., The".) 
Greenbaurn, Sigmond : • 

Claim. Order, Passed 1974 

Driveways. Order, Passed 2193 

Greenberg, David : Driveway. Order, Passed 1139 

Greenberg, J. S. : Claim. Order, Passed 619-20 

Greenberg, Max : 

Permission to lay drains in Central av. on payment of 

one fee, etc. Order, Passed 1811-12 

Sewer connection. Order, Passed 1028 

Signs. Orders, Passed 1012-13, 1018 

Greenberg, Samuel : ' Driveway. Order. Passed 1408 

Greenebaum Sons Bank & Trust Co. : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 

and banking".) 
Vacation of S. Bishop and Laflin sts. (See the notations 
under "Bishop st." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 
Greenleaf av. : 

Building at Nos. 1342-44 : permission for maintenance 

of an English basement. Order, to Bldgs 1410 

Filed 153:; 

Water supply pipe, from Sheridan road to 336 ft east- 
ward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Greenstein, Morris : 

'Claim. Order, Passed 96 

Claims. Order, Passed 1070 

Amended 1302 

Greenstone (Edward) Furniture Co. : Sign. Order, 

Passed 51-2 

Greenview av. : 

Paving, from Devon av. to Arthur av., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 1230 

Tank and pump (gasoline), at Nos. 3126-28. (See under 

the heading "Paramount Garage & Service Station".) 

"Through traffic street", from Irving Park boul. to Cly- 

bourn av. . Ordinance, Passed 994-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See...' 1180 

Greenwald Bros. : Claim. To Finance 2142 

Greenwood av. : 

Resurfacing of the street, from South Chicago av. to E. 

71st st. Ordinance, Passed 849-50 

Switch track over and across the street, south of E. 79th 
st. (See under "Marratick, Abe" under the heading 
"Switch tracks".) 
Water supply pipe, from E. 90th st. to 372 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Gregg, Mrs. Johanna: Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 
Gregg, W. T. : Claim. (See under the heading "Trask, 

Thomas".)/ 
Gregory, Chris : Sign (permission to Chris Gregory and J. 

Freer). Order, Passed 1728 

Greisz, Fred L. : Driveway. (See under the heading "Lar- 
sen, John H.") 

Grenshaw st. : Switch track across the street, west of S. 
• Campbell av. (See under "Chicago Title & Trust Co." 

under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Grey, Howard G. : Claim. Order, Passed 561 

Gribbens, L. E. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1301 

Grieve, Andrew W. : Claim. Order, Passed 212-13 

Griffiths (J.) & Son Co.: Shoring and under-pinning of 

building for the City. Order, Passed 1159 



1922-23 



INDEX 



79 



Grigoriu, Andrew : Claim. Order, Passed 1720 

Griswold, Roy C. : Vacation of part of an alley in Barron's 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Griswold & Walker, Inc. : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1690 

Vacation of part of an alley in Barron's Sub. (permission 
to Roy C. Griswold and Wellington Walker, trus- 
tees). (See under the heading "Vacations of al- 
leys".) 
Griswold and Walker Trust estate : Water pipes. Ordi- 
nance, to S. & A 1628 

Passed 1762-3 

Acceptance and bond. See 2064 

Grob, George : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Grochowski, G. S. : Riser in sidewalk space. Order, 

Passed 1015 

Grodsky, Lewis A. : Sign. Order, Passed 2036 

Groll, George : Claim. To Finance 1541 

Grosch, Fred : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order. 

Passed 1700 

Gross, A. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Gross, Alfred H. : Protest against the proposed vacation 

of part of alley in Assessor's Div. (See the notations 

under "Assessor's Div." under the heading "Vacations of 

alleys".) 

Gross av. : Sidewalks, from W. 45th st. to W. 47th st. 

(both sides). Ordinance, Passed 060 

Grove av. : Water meter at No. 6426 : removal. Order 

(referred March 22, 1922, p. 2313), Filed 624 

Grove, Dr. E. C. : Claim. To Finance 2200 

Gruebnau, Rudolph : 

Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Claim. Filed 1797 

Gruening, T. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Gruhn, John : Garage. Order (referred March 3, 1922, 

p. 2172), Filed 30 

Grundman, Paul A. : Prame-and-stucco residence. Or- 
der, Passed 1037-8 

Guarantee Trust and Savings Bank of Chicago : Deposits 
of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and bank- 
ing".) 
Guardian Angel's Center & Day Nursery : Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 
Gubbins, Earl George : Expression of opinion concerning 
expenditures of the City's funds. Come, (referred July 

22, 1921, p. 782). Filed 25 

Guggenheim Bros. : Claim. To Finance 1413 

Gulbransen-Dickinson Co. : 

Claim. To Finance 488 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Gullickson, Ole : Vacation of alley in Young Trustee's Sub. 
(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Gumpert, S. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Gunderson Bros. : Driveway. Order, Passed 263 

Gunderson, Carl : Sign. Order, Passed 1045 

Gunn, Douglas G. : Driveway. Order, Passed .'.1413 

Gunn, Henry : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Gurewitz, S. : Claim. To Finance 1803 

Gustafson, Prank G. : . Driveways. Order, to S. <C- A... 1361 

Passed 149] 

Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Evangelical Church : Free 

permit for erection of parsonage. Order, Passed 850 

Guthman, D. R. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1410 

Guyon, J. L. : Sale of boat "Lady Guyon" to the City. 

Order, Passed 87-S 

Guyon, J. Louis : Proposal for the privilege of conducting 
the dancing concession on the Municipal Pier during the 

seasons of 1922 to 1926. Bid, to Railroads 605 

Rejected 820 

Guze, E. B. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Gwalski. Jacob : Addition to building and license for dance 

hall. Order, to Bldgs 1588 

Passed 1756 

Gwathmey, B. H. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1129 



H. 



H. and H. Sausage Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed .... 1128 

H. and R. Auto Repair Service : Sign. Order, Passed. . 498 

Haase, A. W. : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to Q-., 

O. £ E. L 1470 

Filed • 1864 

Habeas corpus writs served on the Department of Police. 

(See under the heading "Crimes and criminals".) 



Habitual criminals : reports of arrests aud prosecutions. ( See 

under the heading "Crimes and criminals".) 
Haddock pi. : 

Improvement of the street, from N. Holden ct. to N. Wa- 
bash av. (This is part of the project for the widen- 
ing and improvement of South Water st. See "Had- 
dock pi." under the heading "South Water St.") 
Improvement of the street, from N. Michigan av. to N. 

Wabash av. Ordinance, Passed 642.3 

Haddon av. : Water supply pipe, from 420 ft. west of N. 

Kedzie av. to 84 ft. westward. Order, Passed 1267-8 

Hagerty, L. W. : Auto-shed and porch enclosure. Order, 

Passed 1812 

Hahn Bros. Laundry Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed... 504 
Haines (E. H.) Distributing Co., The: Lease of space in 

alley. See 1292 

Hair, John S. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 622 

Hajicek, Mr. : Claim. To Finance 854 

Hajicek, Dr. John E. : Claim. To Finance 1300 

Hakenson, Johanna : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1686 

Passed 1890 

Halas, Lorenz : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 858 

Hale av. : 

Scale in the roadway, at s. e. cor. of W. 111th st. (See 

under the heading "Hales Coal and Material Co.") 
Sidewalk, from W. 115th st. to alley first northerly there- 
of ( w. side) . Ordinance, Passed 1042 

Hale, R. G. : Claim. Filed 623 

Hales Coal and Material Co. : Scale. Order, Passed. . . . 261 
Hall (W. F.) Printing Co. : Gates on Kingsbury and Town- 
send sts. : direction for erection. Order (referred 

Dec. 14, 1921, p. 1458), Filed 1534 

Hallberg, Florence El : Vacation of part of an alley in 
Harm's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of al- 
leys".) 
Hallberg, L. G. and Norman : Driveway. Order, Passed 1248 

Haller, Max: Claim. To Finance 1683 

Halper, Samuel : Canopy (permission to Samuel Halper 

and L. Hollander). Order, Passed 1228 

Halperin & Urdang : Sign. Order, Passed 1809 

Halsted Battery aud Tire Station : Gasoline tank and 

pump. Order, to G., O. & E. L 1592 

Filed 1864 

Halsted st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges and 
viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau 
of.) 
Canopy at Nos. 1310-12 S. (See under the heading "Hal- 
per, Samuel".) 
Canopy at Nos. 5447-59 S. (See under the heading "Bar- 

tholomay, Clara".) 
Canopy at Nos. 6226-34 S. (See under the heading "Em- 
press Theatre Co.") 
Clock at s. e. cor. of W. Roosevelt road. (See under the 

heading "West Side Trust & Savings Bank".) 
Explosion at No. 1427 S. Report of the Committee 

on Buildings (referred April 8, 1921, p. 2219), Filed 25 
Sewer, from W. 107th st. to W. 115th st. (See "Sewer, 
from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., etc." under the 
heading "One hundred seventh St.") 
Sewers (wing) at 13120 ft. south of W. 107th st. and at 
the intersections of W. 112th st., W. 113th st. and 
W. 114th st. (See the notations under "Sewer, 
from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., etc." under the 
heading "One hundred seventh st.") 
Sidewalk, from Archer av. to W. 25th pi. (6. side). 
Ordinance (deferred Nov. 2, 1921, p. 1140), Recom- 
mitted to B. L. 1 2343 

Sidewalks, from W. 72nd st. to W. 73rd st. (both sides), 

Ordinance, Passed 133 

Slaughtering-house at Lumber st. : direction for an in- 
vestigation. Order (referred Jan. 18, 1922, p. 

1719), Filed 1985 

Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 

"Subways, railroad".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at Nos. 5349-51 S. (See un- 
der the heading "Meyer, R.") 
Tanks and pumps (gasoline), at Nos. 7023-25 S. (See un- 
der the heading "Lilly, L. E.") 
Tank and pump . (gasoline), at No. 7536 S. (See under 

the heading "Halsted Battery and Tire Station".) 
Water meter at No. 4431 S. : removal. Order (referred 

March 22, 1922, p. 2312), Filed 624 



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Halsted St.: 

Water meter at No. 6920 S. : removal. Order, to Fin- 
ance 1239 

Passed 1659-60 

Halsted Street State Bank : Deposits of City funds. ( See 
under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Hamachek, Dr. S. A. : Sign. Order, Passed 1141-2 

Hamilton av. : 

Drains, between W. 95th st. and W. 98th st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1699 

Material, etc., at n. e. cor. of W. Adams st. : direction 

for removal. Order, Passed 1914 

Paving, from W. 95th st. to W. 98th st., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 1700 

Sidewalks, from W. 105th st. to W. 107th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 876 

Water supply pipe, from W. 92nd st. to W. 93rd st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1147 

Hamilton State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Hamlin av. : 

Paving, from Belmont av. to Milwaukee av. Ordinance 

Passed 1031 

Repair of the pavement, from Douglas boul. to W. 16th 

st. Order, Passed 882 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from W. 16th st. to Ogden 

av. Order, to Finance 137 

Passed 745 

Sidewalks, from Douglas boul. to Ogden av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1242 

Sidewalk, from W. 61st st. to W. 63rd st. ('w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 125-6 

Water supply pipe, from W. 82nd st. to W. SOth pi. 

Ordinance, Passed 133 

Hamlin Av. Playground. (See under "Playgrounds" under the 
heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bu- 
reau of".) 

Hammerman, J. K. : Sign. Order, Passed..: 1228 

Hammitt, Ella H. and Fannie M. : Canopy. Order, 

Passed 1730-1 

Hammond, Jacob W. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 1992 

Amended 2193 

Steel building. Order, to Bldgs 2039 

Passed 2379 

Hamrock, Martin : Claim. To Finance 1138 

Handlesman Department Store : Temporary canopy. Or- 
der, Passed 1046 

Hanley, Joseph: Claim. Order, Passed 622-3 

Hannah, A. W. : Driveway. Order, Passed 864, 

Hanrahan, E. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Hansell-Elcock Co. : Halsted st. (N.) bridge : sale of struct- 
ural steel to the City. Order, Passed 1970-1 

Hansen, P. S. : Real estate office: Order, Passed 1547 

Hansen, S. N. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. 501 

Passed 891 

Hansen, Thomas H. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs. . .1813-14 

Passed '. 2379 

Second Order, Passed 1881 

Hanson (C. H.) Co. : Sale of special police badges to the 

City. Order, Passed 1603 

Hanson, Oscar: Driveways. Order, Passed 261 

Hantover, Henry H. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1028 

Hanus, Charles J. : Claim. (See under the heading "Janns, 

Charles J.") 
Harbor Construction Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Fin- 
ance".) 

Harbors : 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 

Chicago District Harbor : appropriations for the employ- 
ment of engineers, experts, etc., in connection with 
the development of the harbor. (See the appropria- 
tions for the Committee on Harbors, Wharves and 
Bridges.) 

Chicago Harbor : requirement for removal of sunken or 
abandoned vessels ; penalty provided. Ordinance, 

to Harbors 1913 

Passed :>2112 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2346 

Docks and docking privileges. (See the heading "Docks, 
wharvea, etc.") 



Harbors: 

Lake Calumet : appropriations for the employment of 
engineers, experts, etc., in connection with the de- 
velopment of a harbor. (See the appropriations for 
the Committee on Harbors, Wharves and Bridges.) 
Lake Calumet : appropriations for the payment of the pur- 
chase price of lands purchased for harbor purposes, 
etc., and for the construction and maintenance of the 
improvement. (See the appropriations for the Com- 
mittee on Harbors, Wharves and Bridges.) 
Lake Calumet : boundary-line agreements with certain 
shore-owners. Amendatory Ordinance (The Calu- 
met and Chicago Canal and Dock Co.), Passed 478 

Amendatory Ordinance (North Tract, Consumers 

Co.) , Passed 478 

Amendatory Ordinance (South Tract, Consumers 

Co.), Passed 478 

Amendatory Ordinance (Albert Dickinson and 

others) , Passed 479 

Amendatory Ordinance (Charles Dickinson), 

Passed 479 

Amendatory Ordinance (Morris & Co.), Passed. 479 

Report of newspaper publication. See 681 

Ordinance (authorizing a supplementary agree- 
ment with George B. Kleinman), Passed 1455-6 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1620 

Lake Calumet : construction of a deep-water harbor ; the 
filling in, or reclaiming, of certain submerged and 
other lands adjoining such harbor ; creation of the 
Lake Calumet Harbor District ; acceptance of a grant 
' of certain lands in said lake from the State of Illi- 
nois ; ratification of certain boundary-line agreements. 
Amendatory Ordinance (including a tract of land 
along Langley's Sub. in the improvement), Passed. .2113 
Report of newspaper publication. See.... 2346 
Order (directing relinquishment and transfer to 
the City of Chicago of riparian rights), Passed. .2113-14 
Municipal Pier. (See the heading "Municipal Pier".) 
Wharves and wharfing privileges. (See the heading 
"Docks, wharves, etc.") 
Harbors, Bureau of. (See the heading "Rivers and Harbors, 

Bureau of".) 
Harbors, Wharves and Bridges, Committee on : 

Advertisement of the Calumet Harbor Development : au- 
thority for payment of bills (National Corporation 

Reporter) . Order, Passed 1599 

Appropriations (annual). See 2220-1, 2i298 

Automobile service: authority for payment (L. A. Mc- 

Kinney). Order, Passed 1373 

Automobile service: authority for payment (Thomas F. 

Whalon) . Order, Passed 621-2 

Payment of sundry bills. Order, Passed 1747 

Printing of Calumet Harbor Development ordinances, 
etc. : authority for payment of bills (Barnard & Mil- 
ler). Order, Passed 1593-4 

Surveys (Division of ) Capital Account : payment of the 

Account's warrant for collection. Order, Passed. 1747 
Elarding av. : Repair of the roadway, from W. 15th st. to 

W. 16th st. Order, to Finance 137 

Filed 1797 

Second Order, Passed 882 

Harding, Ira F. and George E. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 573 

Harding, S. B. : Settlement of claim in connection with 
delivery of crane to the Municipal Reduction Plant. 

Passed 730 

Amended 1162 

Hardiovcke, Chester M. : Maintenance of building for fill- 
ing station purposes. Order, Passed 1700 

Hardware stores : "Retail hardware store" defined ; licenses 
required ; "retail" defined ; license fees fixed ; minimum 
license fee fixed for establishments keeping shells or cart- 
ridges ; prohibition against the sale of certain deadly 
weapons, toy firearms and explosives ; provision covering 
establishments otherwise licensed ; sale of paints and auto- 
mobile accessories permitted and minimum license fee 
fixed ; sanitary regulations prescribed ; penalty. Or- 
dinance, Passed 2105-6 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2346 

Hardwick, Chester: Driveways. Order, Passed 1319 

Harlem av. : 

Paving, from Talcott av. to Norwood Park av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under 
the heading "Myrtle av.") 



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Harlem av. : 

Sewer, from W. North av. to 240 ft. north of Media av., 
etc. (system). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. 

and to S. d A 1567-76 

Ordinance, Passed 1801 

Sewers, from Talcott av. to 40 ft. north of Bryn Mawr 

av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 657 

Sidewalk, from Belmont av. to W. Grand av. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 264-5 

Water service pipes, between Talcott av. and Norwood 

Park av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2097 

Water supply pipe, from Talcott av. to Bryn Mawr av., 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 657 

Harmon Filling Station : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 2045 

Sign. Order, Passed : 1998 

Harmon, Patrick T. : Contract for dancing concession on 

the Municipal Pier. Come, from the Harbor Board 

(giving a list of proposals considered and recommending 
the awarding of contract during the seasons of 1922 to 

1926), Pub. and to Railroads 605 

Com. Report (rejecting proposals, directing readver- 
tisement for proposals for the concession and extending 
contracts for the year preceding the season of 1922 to 

include that year), Deferred and Pub 820 

Filed 2200 

Come, from the Harbor Board (transmitting bids and 
recommending the awarding of contract during the sea- 
sons of 1923 to 1927), Pub. and to Railroads 2066 

Order (awarding the contract), Passed 2203-4 

Harms, Benno : Vacation of part of an alley in Humboldt 
Park Addn. to Chicago. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Harper av. : 

Closing of street to traffic, between E. 75th st. and alley 

first south thereof. Order, Passed 853 

Conduit under and across the street, south of Hyde Park 
boul. (Sec under the heading "Hyde Park Hotel 
Co.") 
Stable at No. 5534 : protest against establishment. Pe- 
tition (referred March 22, 1922, p. 2302), Filed 30 

Harrington, O. B. : Claim. Filed 1797 

Harris Bros. Co. : Sale of radiation to the City. Order, 

Passed 1371 

Harris Granite Quarries Co. : Sale of "Durax" paving ma- 
terial to the City. Order, Passed 1551-2 

Harris, Harry : Sign. Order, Passed 1628 

Harris, Irving : Claim. Order, Passed 1597 

Harris, Olive : Settlement of claim against the City aris- 
ing out of the race riots. Order, Passed 1624 

Harris Safe Deposit Co. : Entrance of suit against the 
company for the purpose of collecting compensation due 
the City for maintenance of a vault. Order, Passed. .1893 

Harris Trust and Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Harrison (Carter H.) Crib. (See under "Water system" un- 
der the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Harrison (Carter H.) Medal. (For data, if any, see under 
the heading "Fire Department" or under the heading 
"Police, Department of".) 
Harrison Lubricating Co. : Addition to building. Order, 

to Bldgs 1589 

Passed .' 1890 

Harrison, Sam : Claim. To Finance 1135 

Harrison st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River . (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering. Bu- 
reau of".) 
Filling station, at Nos. 12954-2958 W. : permission for 

operation. Order, Passed 101 2 

Gasoline tank in the parkway, at No. 4813 W. (See un- 
der the heading "Garrity, John S.") 
Showcase in sidewalk space, at No. 4048 W. (See under 
the heading "Kroichick, Charles".) 
Harrison St. Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping sta 

tions" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Hart, Frank A. : Driveways (permission to Frank A. Hart. 

James C. Hart and Albert Miller). Order. Passed. .2191-2 

Hart, James C. : Driveways. (See under the heading 

"Hart, Frank A.") 
Hart, Louis E. : Employment, and rate of compensation 
fixed, as special counsel in matters relating to rates of 
compensation paid experts by the City. Ordinance (re- 
ferred July 8, 1921, p. 746), Filed 25 

Hart. Robert and Emil : Claim. Ordinance. Passed. . ■ . '96 



Hartigan, James: Vacation of part of E. 79th st. (See 

under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Hartland Garage and Motor Co. : Driveways. Order. 

Passed 33 

Hartman, John : Sign. Order, Passed 1220 

Hartman, Max : 

Claim. To Finance ... 1687 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Vacation of part of an alley in Superior Court Commis- 
sioners' Partition. (See under the heading "Vaca 
tions of alleys".) 

Hartman, Peter C. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Hartung, P. : Sign. Order, Passed 1736 

Haskins & Sells : Contract for an audit of the City's ac- 
counts for the year 1921. Ordinance, Passed 83-5 

Hatowski, Boas : 

Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Claim. Filed 1797 

Hauft, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Hausman, Louis G. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Hausske (August) & Co.: Driveway. Orders, Passed. 1808 

Havener, P. N. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Hawkins & Loomis : Printing of jury calendars for the 

Municipal Court of Chicago. Order, Passed 17124 

Hawley, Frank: Claim. Order, Passed 80-1 

Hawley, Frank C. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Hay, Thomas J. : Sale of a Lincoln touring car to the City. 

Order, Passed 47-S 

Amended 82 

Hayes, John and Frank : Gasoline tank and pump. Or- 
der, to G., O. <t E. L 1469 

Filed 1864 

Haymarket Square Market. (For data, if any, see "Randolph 
Street Market" under the heading "Markets, public".) 

Hays-Lennon Silo Co. : Sale of cement silo to the City. 

Order, Passed 1164 

Hazard, Mr. : Maintenance of building. Order. 

Passed • 644 

Hazard, George : Maintenance of windows. Order. 

Passed 475 

Hazard, Paul A. : Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

Healey, E. J. : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Health, Department of: 

Advisers to the Commissioner. See 2253-6 

Appropriations (annual). See 2246-56, 2297, 2298 

Appropriations (supplementary). See 705 

Bathhouses, public : 

American Legion : permission for free use of bath- 
houses for meeting purposes. Order, Passed 854-5 

Appropriations for maintenance. (See the appropria- 
tions for the Department of Health, noted above.) 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Kedzie Av. Municipal Bath : payment for rehabilitat- 
ing and painting (J. B. Noelle Co.). Orders, 
Passed - 1552, 1790-1 

Kedzie Av. Municipal Bath : permission for use of 
a room for office purposes by the Bohemian Char- 
itable Assn. Order, Passed 1806 

St. Lawrence av. : direction for provision of a shower 
between E. 65th st. and E. 66th st. Order, 
Passed 572 

Shower sprays : direction for consideration of the 
matter of the installation of sprays in congested 
districts of the City. Resolution, Adopted. . .1357 

South Chicago Municipal Bath : appropriation for 
clearing of site and for erection and equipment 

of building. See 2297 

Bond-issue proceeds. (B'or data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 

Comfort stations, public : 

Appropriations for maintenance. (See the appropria- 
tions for the Department of Health, noted above.) 

Ashland av., at W. Division st. : in the matter of the 
establishment of a station in the vicinity. Or- 
der, to Health 488 

Ashland av., between W. Division st. and Milwaukee 
av. : authority to advertise for bids for establish- 
ment below the surface of the street. Order, 
Passed ia71 



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Health, Department of: 

Comfort stations, public : 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Fin- 
ance".) 

Chicago av., at N. Clark st. : in the matter of the 
establishment of a station in the vicinity. Or- 
der, to Health 1309-10 

Cicero av., at the intersection of Milwaukee av. and 
Irving Park boul. : direction for an appropria- 
tion for establishment. Order, to Finance . . . . 1543 

Construction of comfort stations : appropriation for 

the work. See 2298 

Division st., at N. Clark st. : in the matter of the 
establishment of a station in the vicinity. Or- 
der, to Health 1309-10 

Grand av., at N. Clark st. : in the matter of the 
establishment of a station in the vicinity. Or- 
der, to Health 1309-10 

Michigan av.. at E. Grand av. (under the elevation) : 
in the matter of the establishment of a station. 
Order, to Health 1310-11 

Ninety-second St., between South Chicago av. and 
Exchange av. : authority to advertise for bids 
for establishment. Order, Passed 1371 

Thirty-fifth st., at S. State st. : in the matter of the 
purchase of a site for a station. Order, to 

Finance 588 

Construction, repairs, upkeep, etc. : Appropriations for 

construction work. (See the appropriations for the 

Department of Health, noted above.) 
Contagious Disease Hospital. Municipal : 

Appropriations for maintenance. (See the appropria- 
tions for the Department of Health, noted above.) 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Fin- 
ance".) 

Old (Lawndale) hospital. (See "Lawndale hospital", 
below.) 

Roadway across the grass plot of South California 
boul. : authority for construction. Order, 

Passed 35-6 

Dead animals : contract for collection and disposal (Canal 

Melting Co.). Order, Passed 1163 

Employes : 

Assistant Bureau Chief of Medical Inspection : au- 
thority for employment in lieu of a Bureau Chief 
of Hospitals and Baths. Order, Passed. .. .537-8 

Bacteriologist (senior) : ■ authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 1416 

Clerks (junior) : authority for employment. Or- 
ders, Passed 1597, 1630-1 

Clerks (junior) : authority for employment in lieu of 

junior stenographers. Order, Passed 1373 

Clerk (medical) : authority for employment. Or- 
der, Passed 1552 

Clerk (senior) : authority for employment in lieu of 

a junior clerk Order, to Finance 2363 

(Journal corrected May 2, 1923, pp. 107-8.) 

Director in Charge of Diphtheria Control : increase 

in salary rate. Order, Passed 537-8 

Draftsman : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 1747 

Epidemiologist (assistant) : authority for employment 

in lieu of quarantine officer. Order, Passed. .1630 

Field nurses : adjustment of salary rates. Order, 

Passed 1162 

Food inspector : increase in salary rate. Order, 
Passed 1162-3 

Laboratory assistants : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 1418 

Launch operator : authority for employment. Or- 
der, Passed 1631 

Physicians (Iroquois Memorial Hospital) : authority 

for employment. Order, Passed . 1966-7 

Pneumonia and influenza : employment of extra help 

for control. Orders, Passed 1790, 3348 

Matron, head (Contagious Disease Hospital) : author- 
ity for employment. Order, Passed. 1373-4 

Medical Superintendent (Isolation Hospital) : in- 
crease in rate of compensation for maintenance 
of a personally-owned automobile. Order, 
Passed 730 



Health, Department of: 

Employes : 

Plumbing inspectors : payment of time lost in anti- 
cipation of a reduction in number during 1922. 

Order, to Finance 585 

Passed 718-19 

Readjustment of salary rates of sundry employes 
subsequent to the passage of the annual Appro- 
priation Bill for 1922. Ordinance, Passed ... 85-6 

Amended 217 

Sundry employes : authority for employment. Or- 
dinance, Passed 85-6 

Amended 217 

Sundry employes (Contagious Disease Hospital) : au- 
thority for employment in connection with ad- 
justment of organization. Order, Passed. .1720-1 
Equipment : 

Ambulances : authority for purchase, and exchange of 
old ambulances in part payment (The White Co.). 

Order, Passed 666 

Ambulance : authority for transfer to the Iroquois 

Memorial Hospital Assn. Order, Passed 1791 

Automobile (Cadillac) : authority for purchase. 

Order, Passed 748 

Automobile (Ford) : transfer from the Chicago Zon- 
ing Commission. Order, Passed 750-1 

Boat, police : transfer from the Dept. of Police. 

Order, Passed 740 

Photostat machine and equipment : authority for 
purchase (Photostat Corporation). Order, 

Passed 89 

Infant welfare : • appropriation for the purchase of neces- 
sary equipment, etc. See 705 

Infant welfare stations : authority for purchase of sun- 
dry supplies. Order, Passed 1247-8 

Iroquois Memorial Hospital : Appropriations for main- 
tenance. (See the appropriations for the Department 
of Health, noted above.) 
Isolation Hospital : 

Appropriations for maintenance. (See the appropria- 
tions for the Department of Health, noted above.) 
Buildings (old) near the s. w. cor. of the grounds: 
authority for wrecking (House of Correction). 

Order, Passed 1598 

Fence and gates: authority for construction (Cy- 
clone Fence Co.). Order, Passed 1249 

"Vacation of S. Ridgeway av. and adjacent alleys. (See 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Lawndale (old contagious disease) hospital : authority for 

wrecking (House of Correction). Order, Passed. 1163 
Lawndale (old contagious disease) hospital : report in 
connection with proposed sale of site to the Common- 
wealth Edison Co. Order, Passed 1702-3 

Amended 1768 

Come. (Comr. of Health), Pub. and to Finance. 1930 
Quarters of the department : payment for alterations (D. 

H. Doyle) . Orders, Passed 527-8, 1153 

Smallpox epidemics : appropriation for payment of ex- 
penses in connection with control of epidemics. 

See 705 

Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Aluminum boxes : authority for purchase (Aluminum 

Goods Mfg. Co.). Orders, Passed 124, 1601 

Health ordinances : authority for printing (T. H. 

Flood Co.). Order, Passed 2165 

Infant welfare stations : authority for purchase of 

sundry supplies. Order, Passed 1247-8 

Meats, fruits, vegetables, etc. (for hospitals) : au- 
thority for purchase. 

Order (for May, 1922), Passed 24-5 

Order (for June, 1922), Passed 549 

Order (for July, 1922), Passed 549 

Order (for vacation period of the City 

Council) , Passed 549-50 

Order (for Oct., 1922), Passed 1173-4 

Order (for Nov., 1922), Passed 1328 

Order (for Dec, 1922), Passed 1377 

Order (for Jan., 1923), Passed ..1605 

Order (for Feb., 1923) , Passed 1753 

Order (for Mar., 1923), Passed... 1862 

= Order (for Apr., 1923), Passed 2166 

Triennial report: authority for printing. Order, 

Passed 1552-3 

Triennial report: contract for printing (Kenfield-Leach 

Co.). Order, Passed ..1748 



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83 



Health, Department of: 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Health Department Bond Funds. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Health Department Building Bond Funds. (For data, if any, 
see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Health (Public), Committee on. (See "Public Health, Com- 
mittee on".) 
Health and Safety Commission : Provision for creation. 

Ordinance, to Judiciary , . 1307 

Deferred 1422 

Filed 2206 

Motion (requesting the Corp. Counsel to render an 

opinion as to legality) , Carried 1422 

Come, from the Woman's City Club of Chicago (pro- 
testing against the passage of the ordinance), to Judic- 
iary 1429 

Healy, Catherine M. : Claim. To Finance 496 

Healy, James J.: Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 

Healy, E. A. : Sign. Order, Passed 1128 

Healy, Wm. F. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 622 

"Hearst Square" : Name for the intersection of W. Madi- 

son and Market sts. (See under the heading "Street 
nomenclature".) 

Heasley, Thomas : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Heating of tenement-houses, factories and workshops. (See 

under the heading "Buildings".) 
Heating plants, heating devices, etc. : 

City Hall and County Building joint heating and power 
plant. Come, from the Pres. of the County Board 

(recommending adoption of a plan), to Efficiency . .1636-7 

Report of the Com. on Efficiency (recommending 
the sale of steam from the City Hall heating plant 
to the County and transmitting a Bill for enabling 
legislation, an ordinance authorizing a contract and 
sundry communications), Pub. and to Finance. .. .2137-41 
Cobham Process and Mechanical Application for re-using 
the waste heat and hydrocarbon gases in the com- 
bustion of coal : suggestion for a test of the pro- 
cess. Come. (Col. F. P. Cobham), to High Costs.. 944 
Gas and oil water-heaters (combination) : regulations 
governing installation and use. Ordinance, to 

Bldgs 1357 

Gasoline stoves : prohibition against use inside of com- 
pleted buildings. Ordinance (see pp. 165-6), 

Passed 141-66 

Hot-air furnaces : permit fees for installation fixed ; re- 
quirement that contractors shall notify the Chief 
of F. P. & P. S. as soon as piping and ducts are in 
place and prior to concealing. Ordinance (see 

pp. 146-7), Passed 141-66 

Oil-burning equipments. (See under the heading "In- 
flammable liquids".) 
Pipes, steam ; prohibition against the use of wool felt, 
sea grass, hair felt, etc. for covering around pipes. 

Ordinance (see p. 166) , Passed 141-66 

Hecker, Geo. O. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Hedge, George: Driveway. Order, Passed 871 

Hedlund, Alfred : Claim. To Finance 644 

Hegewisch Pumping Station. (For data, if any, see under 
"Pumping stations" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Hegewisch State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See un- 

der the heading "Banks and banking".) 

ITpjehman, Mr. : Addition to building. Order, to 

BUgs 1013-14 

Heinle, John G. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Heinrich, Arthur: Driveway. Order, Passed 1999 

Heintz, Louis F. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2096 

Heinz, Henry: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 257-8 

Heinz, John : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 582 

Heinz, Mr. : Remodeling of building. Order, Passed. 271 

Heiskell, F. W. : Vacation of alleys in Board of Trade 
Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Hellwig. August: Driveways. Order, Passed 1231 

Hemp : Prohibition against storing in basements of certain 

buildings. Ordinance (see p. 166), Passed 141-66 

Hench (J. L.) & Co. : Purchase of steel sheet piling from 

the City. Order, Passed 1156-7 

Henderson, A. F. : Sale of lamp globes to the City. Or- 
der. Passed 1746-7 



Hendrickson, Robert T. : Driveways. Order, Passed. .1004-5 

Hennessey, Thomas: Sign. Order, Passed 119 

Henry ct. : Street lights. (See under the heading "Street 

lights".) 
Henry, Lewis : Settlement of claim against the City 

arising out of the race riots. Order, Passed 1624 

Herbes, Casper A. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Herenk, William: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 168-9 

Hermitage av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic between Augusta st. and 

Emily st. Order, Passed 648 

Closing of the street to traffic, between Sunnyside av. 

and Wilson av. Order, Passed 493 

Closing of the street to traffic, between W. 35th st. and 

W. 36th st. Order, Passed 644-5 

Water supply pipe, from Hollywood av. to 96 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Hermosa Gas and Oil Station : Gasoline tank and pump. 

Order, to O., O. & E. L 1549 

Filed 1864 

Herndon st. : Vacation of the street. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 

Hertel, J.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1005 

Herz, Arthur : Claim. Filed 623 

Hessler, Roy E. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Hetzel, C. B. : Erection of water and air stand in park- 
way. Order, Passed > 1319 

Hetzel & Co. : 

Gasoline tank. Order, Passed 1474 

Tunnel. Ordinance, Passed 830-1 

Acceptance and bond. See 941-2 

Heur, William F. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1044 

Heyn, W. P. : 

Filling stations and driveways. Order, Passed 1404 

Gasoline tanks and pumps. Order, to G., O. & E. L. ..1682 

Filed 1864 

Hibbard-Spencer-Bartlett & Co. : Sale of shabracks to the 

City. Order, Passed 1173 

Hickey, James : Public garage. Order, Passed 33 

Hicks- Wadsworth Aviation Bill. (See under the heading 

"United States Government".) 
Higbie Salt Co. : Sale of rock salt to the City. Order, 

Passed 1753 

Higgins, John F. : 

Annual report : printing for the City Comptroller. Or- 
der, Passed 1962 

Departmental estimates for 1923 : printing for the City 

Comptroller. Order, Passed 1069 

High cost of living : Activities of the Com. on High Costs 

and High Rents for 1922. Report, Pub. and Filed. .1459-63 
High Costs and High Rents, Committee on : 

Activities of the Committee for the year 1922. Re- 
port, Pub. and Filed 1459-63 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2223 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Highland av. : Water supply pipe, from Milwaukee av. to 

N. Mobile av.' Order, Passed 293-4 

Highway Trailer Co. : Sale of a roller trailer to the City. 

Order, Passed 1968 

Hill Clarke & Co. of Chicago : Driveways. Order, 

Passed 113f 

Hill State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under the 
heading "Banks and banking".) 

Hind, Anna E. : Claim. Order, Passed 5SC 

Hines (Edward) Lumber Co. : 

Payment for lumber sold to the City. Order, Passed. .535-6 

Sale of lumber to the City. Order, Passed 1745 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Hirsch st. : 

Paving, from N. Central av. to N. Austin av. (See 
"Paving, from N. Central av. to N. Austin av., etc." 
under the heading "Le Moyne st.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in N. Central av., 
N. Parkside av., N. Waller av. and N. Massasoit av. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from N. Central 
av. to N. Austin av., etc." under the heading "Le 
Moyne st.") 
Water supply pipe, from N. Austin boul. to 30 ft. east- 
ward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from N. Avers av. to N. Ridgeway 

av. Order, Passed 1062-5 



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Hoban, Michael : Advancement to rank of second-class pa- 
trolman for meritorious services. Come. (Supt. of 

Police) , Pub 601 

Order. Passed 601 

Hobbs (Pilon) Co.: Driveways, Order, Passed 1318 

Hochstadter, Gustav : Canopy. Order, Passed 1808 

Hodek, Frank B. : Vacation of part of an alley in Ernst 

Stock's Resub. (See under the heading "Vacations of al- 
leys".) 
Hoelscher. Herman M. and Edward C. : Vacation of part 

of an alley in Elston's Addn. to Chicago. (See under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Hoff, John : Driveways. Order, Passed 1589 

Hoff, M. : Driveway (permission to M. Hoff and George 

McCormick). Order, Passed 1405 

Hoff, William : Occupancy of building. Order, to Bldgs. 501 

Passed , 891 

Hoffman, Ben : Claim. Order, Passed 96 

Hoffman, Harry : Sign. Order, Passed 38 

Hoffman (Joseph) & Sons: Claim. Order, Passed 1070 

Hogan, Danisl R. : Claim. Filed 1797 

Hogan, Scott M. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Hogan, Timothy A. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Contest of election as Alderman of the 11th Ward. (See 
under "Election contests" under the heading "City 
Council".) 
Hogan, Thos. J. : Driveways. (See under the heading 

"Strauss, Harry".) 
Hogan. Thomas S. : 

Contract for dancing concession on the Municipal Pier 
during the seasons of 1922 to 1926. Come, from 
the Harbor Board (giving a list of proposals con- 
sidered and recommending the awarding of contract). 

Pub. and to Railroads 605 

Com. Report (rejecting proposals, directing re- 
advertisement for proposals for the concession and 
extending contracts for the year preceding the season 

of 1922 to include that year), Deferred and Pub 820 

Filed 2200 

Proposal for the privilege of conducting the catering 
concession on the Municipal Pier during the seasons 

of 1922 to 1926. Bid, to Railroads 605 

Rejected 820 

Hogfeldt, Otto : Driveway. Order, Passed 495 

Hohmeier (Charles A.) Lumber Co. : Driveways. Or- 
der, Passed 652 

Holden ct. : 

Elevated railroad structures at E. Lake st. : requirement 
for rearrangement. (This is part of the project 
for the widening and improvement of South Water st. 
See "Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co." under the 
heading "South Water St.") 
Opening and improvement of the street, from E. Lake st. 
to E. South Water st. (This is part of the project 
for the widening and improvement of South Water st. 
See "Holden et." under the heading "South Water 

St.") 

Vault in the street, at E. Washington st. (See under the 
heading "Marshall Field & Co.") 
"Holden ct." : Name for a certain unnamed street. (See 

under the heading "Street nomenclature".) 
Holidays. (For particular holidays, see under the names 

of particular days. See also under the heading "City em- " 

ployes, and under "City Hall" under the heading "City 

Hall, Bureau of".) 

Holland Furnace Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 52 

Holland Home: Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag 

days".) 
Hollander, L. : Canopy. (See under the heading "Halper, 

Samuel".) 
Hollywood av. : 

Water supply pipe, from Broadway to 192 ft. eastward. 

Order, Passed 64 . 5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Hermitage 

av. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Holinan Soap Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 475 

Holmes r Glenn E.), Inc.: Sale of Ford roadster to the 

City. Order. Passed 1601-2 

Holmgren. Anna F. : Claim. To Finance .........'.'. .1005 

Holstein, L. : Sign. Order. Passed 132 

Holt Mfg. Co.: Sale of tractors to the City. Order 

Passed ' „ n „ 

..,.,,,,, 667 



Holt (W. B.j & Bros. : Claim. Filed 62:'. 

Holton, Harry I.: Claim. To Finance 1987 

Holton, Roy C. : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 109 

Passed 511 

Holtz. Gu,s : Claim. Filed 623 

Holy Innocents' Parochial School: Use of street for play- 
ground purposes. Order, Passed 1408 

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church: Free permits for erection 

of church building. Order, Passed 491-2 

Moman av. : 

Advertising board at s.w. cor. of W. 63rd st. : direction 

for removal. Order, to Bldgs 1315 

Fire hydrants at n.e. cor. of Fillmore st. and north there- 
of. (See under the heading "Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
Indicator valves, north of Fillmore st. (See under the 

heading "Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
Paving, from W. 37th pi. to W. Pershing road. (See 
"Paving, from S. Spaulding av. to 283.8 ft. east of 
S. St. Louis av., etc." under the heading "Thirty- 
seventh pi.") 
Pipe under and along the parkway (e. side), from Fill- 
more st. to 140 ft. north. (See under the heading 
"Sears, Roebuck & Co.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in W. 38th pi. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from S. Spaulding av. 
to 283.8 ft. east of S. St. Louis av., etc." under the 
heading "Thirty-seventh pi.") 
Water service pipes, between W. 57th st. and W. 59th st., 

■ etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1915 

Water supply pipe, from W. 57th st. to W. 58th st. 

Order, Passed 1267-8 

Home for Aged and Infirm Colored People: Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 
Home av. : 

Establishment of sidewalk lines, between Ridge av. and 

N. Robey st. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed ...1311 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Robey st. 

Order, Passed 1774-6 

Home Bank and Trust Company : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Home Builders Lumber Co. : Driveways. Orders, 

Passed 1034, 1314 

Home Club for Working Mothers with Children : Tag day. 

(See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Home of Destitute Crippled Children : Appropriations (an- 
nual) for maintenance. See 2258 

Home Fuel & Supply Co. : Cancellation of warrants for 

collection. Order, Passed 1795-6 

Home Mission Society of Triumphant Baptist Church : Tag 

day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
"Home rule" for Chicago over local public utilities. (For 
data, if any, see under the heading "Public utilities".) 

Hong, Toy : Signs. Orders. Passed 1362 

Honore st. : 

Water supply pipe, from W. 118th st. to W. 119th st. 

Order, Passed 1739 

Water supply pipe, from W. 78th st. to W. 79th st. 

Order, Passed 2198 

Hood av. : 

Paving, from Northcott av. to Oconto av. (See "Paving, 
from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under the 
heading "Myrtle av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in N. Neva av., N. 
Harlem av. and Northcott av. (See the notations 
under "Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., 
etc." under the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Sidewalks, from Ravenswood av. to N. Lincoln st. (both 

sides i . Ordinance, Passed 1022 

Hooker Electrochemical Co. : Sale of liquid chlorine to the 

City. Orders, Passed 1322-3, 1551 

Hopkins, Kt. Frank : Free permits for building. Order, 

Passed 1543 

Hopkins pi. : Paving, from S. Hamilton av. to Pleasant av. 

Ordinances. Passed 499, 876 

Hopp A Haefenburg : Driveways. Orders, Pas8e<Z.1028, 102'.* 

Horan, Dennis A. : Appointments. (See under the head- 

"Appointments".) 
Horan, Miss F. G. : Appeal for assistance in enforcing her 

civil service rights, etc. Come, to Finance 1429 

Horba ck, J. Joe : Garage. Order, Passed 52 

Horbfyko. Andrew : Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Ilorgiin, John : Claim. Filed 624-5 



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85 



Horlock, Henry G. : Vacation of an alley in Rountree's 

Addn. to Beverly Hills. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

Hornbaker. Jos. N. : Claim. Filed 623 

Pome, John G. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Hornstein, Leon: Reports in connection with the proposed 

new constitution for the State. (See the notations under 
"Constitution, etc." under the heading "Illinois, State 
of.) 

Hoskins, S. M. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1013 

Hosfeins (Thomas F.) Co.: Rehabilitation of patrol wagons 

for the City. Order. Passed 160G 

Hospitals : 

(For particular hospitals see under the names of the 
respective hospitals.) 
Automobile salesrooms : prohibition against erection or 
maintenance within 200 ft. of hospitals. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2365-7 

Lumber yards, box yards, etc. : prohibition against estab- 
lishment within 200 ft. of hospitals. Ordinance 

(see p. 166), Passed 141-66 

Parks, playgrounds and bathing beaches : direction for 
submission of an ordinance prohibiting the erection 
of hospitals within 400 ft. of parks, etc. Order, 

to Judiciary 2200 

Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids : prohibition 
against installation within 200 ft. of hospitals. 

Ordinance (see p. 153) , Passed 141-66 

Vehicles (heavy-traffic) : in the matter of prohibiting such 
vehicles from using streets in the immediate vicinity 

of hospitals. Order, to Local Trans 1407 

"Veterinary hospital" defined: licenses required; license 
fee and license period fixed ; sanitary regulations 
prescribed ; penalty provided. Ordinance, Passed. 531 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942-3 

Hotel Melbourne : Claim. To Finance 1808 

Hotel Plymouth Co. : Canopy. Order, Passed 120 

Hotel Sherman Co. : 

( 'anopies. Order, Passed 996 

Coal chutes. Ordinance (referred Feb. 25, 1921, p. 

1904) , Filed 843 

Conduit : acceptance and bond (under an ordinance passed 

March 22, 1922) . See 64 

Hotels, etc. : 

Roys' hotel : temporary use of the Municipal Lodging 
House by the Chicago Boys' Week Campaign Com- 
mittee. Come, to Citii Hall 290 

Order, Passed 915-16 

Check-stands in hotels, etc. (See the heading "Check- 
stands".) 
Lodging House, Municipal : request for opening for the 
accommodation of the unemployed and destitute. 

Come. (Liberal League), to Finance .1060 

Restaurants and dining-rooms operated by hotels. (For 
data, if any, see the heading "Coffee houses or 
ordinaries".) 
Water rates for certain classes of lodging houses fixed 

on a frontage basis. Ordinance, Passed 750 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1058 

Hotz, A. \V. : Claims. Order. Passed 561 

Amended 846-7 

Houlihan. James : Shed. Order, Passed 1136 

House-boats. (See the heading "Vessels".) 

House Of Correction: 

Appropriations (annual I . See 2240-2, 2297 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Brooms : sale to the Bureau of Streets. Order, 

Passed 1327 

Capital account. (For data, if any, see "Capital ac- 
counts" under the heading "Finance".) 
Construction, repairs, upkeep, etc. : 

Appropriations for construction work. (For data, if 

any, see under "Appropriations", above.) 
North wall: authority for repair. Order, Passed. 1631 
Women's dormitory : authority for construction of 
skylights on roof (H. C. Knisely Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 1163 

Contagious Disease Hospital, Municipal (old) : authority 

for wrecking. Order. Passed 1163 



House of Correction: 

County prisoners : in the matter of the use of a portion 
of the institution for the housing of County prison- 
ers. (See the notations under "Jail" under the head- 
ing "Cook County".) 
Employes : 

Guards : authority lor employment. Order, Passed.llQi 
Operating engineer : authority for employment. Or- 
der, Passed 538 

Overtime : authority for payment (G. A. Claussenius 

and John J. Petrik). Order, Passed 1598 

Pension fund for employes. (See under the heading 
"Pension funds".) 
Farm colony. (See "Willow Springs Farm Colony", below.) 
Isolation Hospital : authority for wrecking of old build- 
ings on the grounds of the hospital. Order, 

Passed 159S 

John Worthy School. (For data, if any, see the heading 

"Chicago and Cook County School for Boys".) 
Pension fund for employes. (See under the heading 

"Pension funds".) 
Police Hospital : annual appropriations for alterations and 

maintenance. See 2241 

Power and heating plant, municipal. (For data, if any, 

see under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Prisoners: releases by the Mayor. Reports, Filed.. 

64. 178, 523, 681, 941, 1179, 1266, 1429, 1495, 1636, 

1824, 2009 
School for Boys. (For data, if any, see the heading 

"Chicago and Cook County School for Boys".) 
Silo (cement) : authority for purchase (Hays-Lennon 

Silo Co.). Order, Passed 1164 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Willow Springs Farm Colony : annual appropriations for 

maintenance. See 2241-2 

Willow Springs Farm Colony : appropriations for con- 
struction work. See 2297 

Worthy (John) School. (For data, if any, see the head- 
ing "Chicago and Cook County School for Boys".) 
House of Correction Bond Funds. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance.") 
House of Correction Capital Account. (For data, if any, 

see "Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 
House of Correction Employes' Pension Fund. (See under 

the heading "Pension funds".) 
House of Correction Employes' Pension Tax Fund. (See 

under the heading "Finance".) 
House-drains. (For general data, if any, see under the 
heading "Sewers". For drains in particular streets, 

see under the names of the respective streets.) 
House of the Good Shepherd : 

Annual report for 1922. Filed 1713 

Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
House, and lot numbers. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "Streets".) 
House of Shelter Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
House of shelter for women offenders. (For data, if any, 
see "Willow Springs Farm Colony" under the heading 
"House of Correction".) 
Household pets. (See under the heading "Animals".) 
Housing matters. (See "Shortage of buildings" under the 

heading "Buildings".) 
Housing shortage. (See the notations und«r "Shortage of 
buildings" under the heading "Buildings".) 

Houston, Charles A.: Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Houts, Josephine Uhrig : Driveways. (See under the 

heading "Spinks, William".) 
Howard av. : 

Water supply pipe, from 210 ft. east of N. Clark st. to 

Malvern av. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Ridge av. to Murphy av. (s. 

side) . Order, Passed 1062-5 

Howard Avenue Trust and Savings Bank : Deposits of City 
funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Howard, Cornelius : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Howard, Robert : Driveway. Order, Passed 262 

Howard st. : 

Paving, from alley east of N. Ashland av. to Greenview 

av. Ordinance, Passed 2096 

Tank and pump (gasoline) at No. 1779. (See under the 
heading "Ure. Howard".) 



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1922-23 



Howard Trust and Savings Bank. (See the heading "Howard 

Avenue Trust and Savings Bank".) 
Howland, Barney: Completion of buildings. Order, to 

Bldgs 12 39 

Filed 1296 

Hoy, Berthel : Claim. Filed .' •■ . • • 624 

Hoyne av. : 

Obstructions under and across the street, south of Can- 
ton St.: direction for removal. Order, Passed.. 880 
Pipes under and across the street, south of Canton st. 

(See under the heading "Lewis, Frank S., Inc.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Hopkins pi. 

Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from W. 99th st. to W. 101st st. 

Order, Passed 2099 

"Hoyne av." : Name for Cypress st. (See under the head- 

ing "Street nomenclature".) 

Hrdina, Josefa: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1306 

Passed 1485 

Hrejsa, Joseph F. : Trotest against the destruction of street 
pavements by overloaded trucks. Come, (referred June 

7, 1922, p. 290), Disposed of 1681 

Hub Cab Co. : Claim. To Finance 1803 

Hub, The : Vault. Ordinance, Passed 900-1 

Acceptance and bond. See 1180 

Hubacek, Frank : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. 259 

Passed 671 

Hubbert, Mrs. E. G. : Maintenance of building as rooming 

house. Order, Passed 1876 

Huber, Edward : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Huchthousen, Edward: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs... 504 

Passed 891 

Hudson, Wm. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1991 

Huey Co., The : Sale of planograph reproductions to the 

City. Order, Passed 1625 

Hughes, A.: Claim. Order, Passed 1323 

Hulbert, Edmund D. : Tender of appointment as a member 

of the Board of Education. See 1566 

Hull, E. J.: Driveway. (See under the heading "Peterson, 

Geo. A.") 
Hull House Assn.: Bridge (covered passageway). Ordi- 
nance, Passed 275-6 

Acceptance and bond. See 941-2 

Humane societies: Appropriations (annual). See ....2294 

Humane Societies Tax Fund. (See under the heading 

"Finance".) 
Humboldt Daughters of Israel: Tag day. (See under the 
heading "Tag days".) 

Humboldt Furniture Co.: Sign. Order, to Bldgs 662 

Humboldt Garage & Auto Service Co. : Claim. To 

Finance 1589 

Humphrey, Dr. B. F. : Sign. Order, Passed 998 

Huntington av. : Water supply pipe, from Milwaukee av. 

to N. Melvina av. Order, Passed 293-4 

Hupka, Adolph : Two-story building and garage. Or- 
der to Bldgs 40 

Filed 826 

Hurley, F. J.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1549 

Passed 1756 

Hurley, James F. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Huron st. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between N. Rockwell st. 

and N. Washtenaw av. Order, Passed 648 

Junk shop at Nos. 2530-36 W. : direction for withholding 

of permit for operation. Order, Passed 1990-1 

Sidewalks, from N. Kedzie av. to N. Homan av. (both 
sides) : request for repeal of the ordinance. Pe- 
tition (property-owners), to B. L. 1 179 

Steps in sidewalk space, at Nos. 113-15 W. (See under 
the heading "Brady, John".) 

Huss, Charles : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Hussey (A). Leaf Tobacco Co.: Claim. Order, Passed. 1283 

Hutter, J. : Claim. To Finance 1683 

Hyde Park Hotel Co. : Conduits. Ordinance, to 8. & A. 234 

Passed 901-2 

Amended 1002 

Acceptances and bonds. See 941-2, 1929-30 

Hyland, James J.: Claim. To Finance 2142 

Hyman, Harry : Vacation of an alley in L. E. D. Wolf's 
Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 



Hynes Bros. : Reconstruction of roof on shed. Order, 

Passed 1729 

Amended 2090-1 

I. 

Ibsen st. : Sidewalk, from Osceola a v. to Overhill av. 

(s. side) . Ordinance, Passed 123-4 

Ice cream factories : license plates to be furnished by the 

City Clerk. Ordinance, Passed 19 

Report of newspaper publication. See 179 

Ichelnovick, Michael M. : Addition to building. Order, 

to Bldgs 261 

Passed 892 

Identification tags for non-resident drivers of motor vehicles. 
(See under the heading "Vehicles (motor-driven)"). 

lerovante, Marie : Claim. Filed 1797 

Ignatius st. : Sewer, from N. Harlem av. to 40 ft. west of 

N. Neva av. Ordinance, Passed 2146 

Illinois Auto Truck Co. : 

Automobile flushers : sale to the City. Order, Passed. . . 667 
Tractor truck (Super) : sale to the City. Order, 

Passed 667-8 

Illinois Central Railroad Co. (See under the heading "Rail- 
roads".) 
Illinois Children's Home & Aid Society: Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 
Illinois Commerce Commission. (See "Commerce Commission, 

Illinois" under the heading "Illinois, State of".) 
Illinois Engineering Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed. .. .1990 
Illinois Fireproof Covering Co. : 

Contract for covering boilers and steam pipes of the 

fireboat "Illinois". Order, Passed 1249-50 

Contract for roofing at the 68th St. Pumping Station. 

Order, Passed 1606-7 

Illinois Flood Relief Committee : Appeal for contributions 
to a fund for the relief of flood victims. Proclamations 

(Mayor and Sect'y. of State), Pub. and Filed 63 

Illinois Humane Society : 

Free use of City water. Order, Passed 244 

Public drinking fountain. Order, Passed 476 

Illinois Ladies' Aid Society: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Illinois Maintenance Co. : 

Conduit. Ordinance, to 8. & A 996 

Passed 1386-7 

Acceptance and bond. See 1636 

Pipes. Ordinance, to S. & A 996 

Passed 1387-8 

Acceptance and bond. See 1636 

Second Ordinance, to Railroads 1729 

Passed 1922-3 

Acceptance and bond. See 2122 

Illinois Masonic Hospital : Free hospital license. Order, 

Passed 1735 

Illinois Milk Dealers' Assn. : Request for passage of new 
regulations governing the sale and use of milk bottles. 
Come, and Ordinance (referred Jan. 28, 1921, p. 1660), 
Filed 226-7 

Illinois Municipal League : Payment of the City's member- 
ship fee in the League. Order, Passed 1631 

Illinois National Guard. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Illinois, State of".) 

Illinois Reserve Militia. (For data, if any, see under the 
heading "Illinois, State of".) 

Illinois Smelting & Refining Co. : Sale of pig lead to the 

City. Order, Passed 1173 

Illinois, State of; 

Chicago State Hospital for the Insane : report of invest- 
igation conducted by the Chicago Medical Society. 
Come, and Report, to Health 1393 

Filed 1533 

Commerce Commission, Illinois : 

Elevated railroads : in the matter of increases in 

the rates of fare. (For data, if any, see under 

"Rates of fare" under the heading "Elevated 

railroads".) 
Gas : in the matter of increases in rates. (For data, 

if any, see "Rates for gas" under the heading 

"Gas and gas appliances".) 



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87 



Illinois, State of; 

Commerce Commission, Illinois : 

Motorbus lines : notices, to the City Council, of ap- 
plications for certificates of convenience and 
necessity. (See the various items listed under 
the heading "Motorbus lines".) 
Street railways : in the matter of increases in the 
rates of fare. (For data, if any, see under 
"Kates of fare" under the heading "Street rail- 
ways".) , 
Telephones : in the matter of increases in rates. (For 
data, if any, see under the heading "Telephones 
and telegraphs".) 
Constitution (proposed new) for the State : 

Report (Leon Hornstein), Pub 1365-7 

Motion (directing the furnishing of copies of 
reports of Prof. Ernst Freund and Leon Hornstein 

for Council consideration), Carried 1367 

Resolution (expressing opposition and authoriz- 
ing appointment of a committee to prepare a state- 
ment of reasons therefor), to Select Com 1425 

Filed 1164 

Resolution (criticizing the measure and urging 

its rejection at the polls), to Select Com 1425 

Filed 1464 

Resolution (recommending the defeat of the pro- 
posed constitution), Adopted 1425 

Resolution (authorizing appointment of a Cam- 
paign Committee to give publicity to objectionable 

features of the measure), Adopted 1425 

Committee appointed. See 1427-8 

Come, from the Mayor (urging City employes to 

reject the measure), Pub. and Filed 1428 

Report of Select Com. (enumerating objectionable 

features), Pub. and Filed 1463-4 

Resolution (approving the report of the Select 

Com. ) , Adopted 1464 

Order (directing the printing and distribution 

of 800,000 copies of the Select Com.), Passed 1464 

Order (directing the closing of City offices on 

Election Day, Dec. 12, 1922), Passed 1465 

Order (requesting the closing of the public 
schools at noon on Election Day, Dec. 12, 1922), 

Passed 1465-6 

Constitutional Convention : progress report on the work 
of the Convention. Come. (Leon Hornstein). Pub. 

and Deferred 128-31 

Filed 918 

Equalization, Board of : in the matter of the submission 
of a statement showing the assessed and full valua- 
tion of all Chicago property coming under the juris- 
diction of the Board since the creation of the Board 
of Assessors and the Board of Review. (See "Valua- 
tions, etc." under the heading "Taxation and taxes".) 
General Assembly of Illinois : legislation proposed, rec- 
ommended or enacted. (For detail, see under the 
heading "State legislation".) 
Labor, Department of : correspondence with the Mayor in 
connection with a strike of street railway and ele- 
vated railroad employes. (See the notations under 
the heading "Strikes".) 
Loans for the construction of homes. (See under "Short- 
age of buildings" under the heading "Buildings".) 
National Guard : members who are City employes granted 
leaves of absence, with pay, to attend the annual en- 
campment of instruction. Order (amending an or- 
der for 1922), to Finance 1141 

Passed 1374 

Order (for 1923), Passed 1736 

Rights of the several states : protest against the enact- 
ment of Congressional legislation encroaching upon 
the rights of the several states. Resolution, to 

Judiciary 1867 

Tax Commission : in the matter of the submission of a 
statement showing the assessed and full valuation 
of all Chicago property coming under the jurisdic- 
tion of the Commission since the creation of the 
Board of Assessors and the Board of Review. (See 
"Valuations, etc." under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Vacation of part of an alley in Rockwell's Addn. to Chi- 
cago. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Illinois Steel Co. : Sale of reinforcing steel to the City. 

Order, Passed 1552 



Illinois st. : 

Columns in sidewalk space at n. e. cor. of N. Wells st. 

(See under the heading "Lehmann (E. J.) Estate".) 
Loading platform at Nos. 213-23 E. (See under the head- 
ing "Thompson (A. R.) Co., Inc.") 
Riser in sidewalk space at Nos. 106-12. (See under the 
heading "Tewes, Henry".) 
Illinois Supply Co. : Lease or sale of a certain strip of land 
westerly of the Municipal Pier and southerly of E. Illi- 
nois st. Order (referred June 17, 1921, p. 421), 

Filed 25 

Illinois Technical School for Colored Girls: Tag day. (See 
under the heading "Tag days".) 

Illinois Trunk & Bag Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1218 

Illinois Trust & Savings Bank : 

Claim. Ordinance, Passed 96 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 
Imlay st. : Water supply pipe, from N. Nordica av. to 288 

ft. eastward. Order, Passed 106:2-5 

Immanuel Woman's Home : 

Free permits for erection of a sheltering institution. 

Order, Passed 119 

Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Immigrant State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See un- 
der the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Imperial Baking Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 96 

Imperial Tanning Co. : Claim. To Finance 46 

Implements: Sale at retail by hardware stores. (See the 

ordinance licensing and regulating, noted under the head- 
ing "Hardware stores".) 
Improvement associations: Free use of water. (See under 

the names of the particular associations.) 
Incineration plants. (For general data, if any, see under the 
heading "Garbage and waste". For particular plants 
see under the headings "Waste Disposal, Bureau of" and 
"House of Correction".) 
Independence Auto Garage, The : Gasoline tank and pump. 

Order, to G., O. & E. L 1732 

Filed 1864 

Independence boul. : Water meter at Nos. 1104-06 : re- 
moval. Order, to Finance 1733 

Independence Day (July 4, 1922) : Request for suitable 
community celebrations in observance of the day. Come. 

(Col. John V. Clinnin), to Finance 2 

Resolution (directing the appointment of a commit- 
tee) , Adopted 735 

Independence Ladies Aid Society: Tag day. (See under 

the heading "Tag days". ) 
Independence State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Independent Packing Co. : 

Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1684 

Vacation of an alley in Sub. of Blocks 5 and 13 of Su- 
perior Court Partition. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Independent Sisters of Charity : Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Inderrieden, (J. B.) Co. : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1410 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracKs".) 
Indiana av. : 

Canopy at Nos. 3032-34. (See under the heading "Shun, 

Leung".) 
Curb corners at E. 53rd st. : direction for cutting. Or- 
der, Passed 1468 

Water supply pipe, from E. 86th st. to E. 87th st. (e. 

and w. sides) . Order, Passed 1470 

Water supply pipe, from E. 75th st. to E. 76th st. (e. 

side) . Order, Passed 1002-5 

Water supply pipe, from E. 79th st. to 30 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Widening and improvement of the street, from E. Roose- 
velt road to E. 22nd st., etc. : appropriation for pre- 
liminary expense. See 2262 

Widening and relocation, from E. 13th st. northward : in 
the matter of the purchase or condemnation or cer- 
tain property. Ordinance, to Railroads .. 484 

Reconsidered and to S. & A 593 

Reconsidered and to Railroads 593 

Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co. (See under the heading 

"Railroads".) 
Industrial districts. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 



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Infant Welfare League, Palmer Park Center : Tag day. 

(See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Infant Welfare Revolving Fund. (For data, if any, see under 

the heading "Finance".) 
Infant welfare stations. (See under the heading "Health, 

Department of".) 
Infants' Welfare Society of the 9th Ward: Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 

Inflammable liquids: 

Classification of inflammable liquids : divisions into four 
classes in lieu of three ; testers for the determina- 
tion of flash points changed. Ordinance (see p. 

153) , Passed 141-66 

Filling stations : issuance of licenses, provisionally, for 
stations where the expiration date is Dec. 31, 1922. 

Order, Passed 1358 

Filling stations : prohibition against issuance of permits 
for erection without first securing the approval of 
both Aldermen of the Ward in which a proposed sta- 
tion is to be erected. Order (rescinding an order 

passed Feb. 10, 1922), to Bldgs 477 

Filed 632-3 

Filling stations (curb) : prohibition against issuance of 
permits for location without Council authority. 

Order, Passed 1415 

Fuel-oil burners : design of burners specified. Ordi- 
nance (see p. 163), Passed 141-66 

Gasoline containers at particular locations. ( See under 
the respective streets and alleys and under the names 
of particular individuals.) 
Gasoline stoves : prohibition against use inside of com- 
pleted buildings. Ordinance (sec pp. 165-6), 

Passed 141-66 

Gasoline tanks at curb lines. (See the notations under 

"Tanks, etc.", below.) 
Kerosene: sale at retail by hardware stores. (See the 
ordinance licensing and regulating, noted under the 
heading "Hardware stores".) 
Kerosene and fuel oil for household uses : regulations 
governing use of equipment for heating and cooking 
purposes prescribed ; specifications for tanks and pip- 
ing prescribed. Ordinance (see pp. 163-4), Passed 

•. . 141-6(1 

Oil-burning equipments : liquids to be used specified ; 
method for determination of flash points prescribed. 

Ordinance (see p. 158), Passed 141-66 

Oil-burning equipments : sundry changes in regulations for 

piping. Ordinance (see p. 160), Passed 141-66 

Oil peddlers. (See under the heading "Peddlers and ped- 
dling".) 
Piping for oil-burning equipment : sundry changes in reg- 
ulations. Ordinance (see p. 160), Passed 141-66 

Piping systems for inflammable liquids : sundry changes 
in regulations. Ordinance (see pp. 157, 159-60, 

162) , Passed 141-66 

Pumping systems for fuel oil : sundry changes in regula- 
tions. Ordinance (see pp. 161, 163), Passed. . .141-66 
Sale of certain inflammable liquids at retail by paint 
stores. (See the ordinance licensing and regulating, 
noted under the heading "Paint stores".) 
Storage or handling of inflammable liquids in buildings : 
changes in regulations concerning quantities permit- 
ted, mixing, etc. Ordinance (see pp. 154-5), 

Passed 141-66 

Tanks for the storage of fuel oil : permission for installa- 
tion of tanks not exceeding 1,500 gallons capacity 

In all buildings. Ordinance, to Bldgs 936 

Ordinance, Passed 989 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 1180 

Tanks for the storage of fuel oil : specifications for the 
construction of concrete tanks prescribed ; regula- 
tions governing venting, piping, etc. specified. Or- 
dinance (see pp. 162-3) , Passed 141-66 

Tanks for the storage of fuel oil : sundry changes in reg- 
ulations. Ordinance (see pp. 158-62, 165), Passed 
141-66 

Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids : frontage 
consents to be based on amount of frontage in lieu 
of number of owners ; petitions containing frontage 
consents to include legal description of property af- 
fected ; requirement for obtaining frontage consents 
for plots of ground other than rectangular in shape. 
Ordinance, Passed 873 



Inflammable liquids: 

Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids : permit fees 
increased ; frontage consents required in all districts ; 
prohibition against installation within 200 feet of 
schools, hospitals, churches or theaters. Ordinance 

(see p. 153), Passed 141-66 

Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids : provisions 
in connection with installation of underground tanks 
specified and provisions in connection with installa- 
tion, of aboveground and stationary tanks inside 
buildings changed. Ordinance (see pp. 156-7), 

Passed 141-66 

Tanks of motor vehicles : prohibition against filling while 
lights are burning, motors running or occupants smok- 
ing ; transfer of liquid from storage tanks to ve- 
hicles to be made through approved hose. Ordi- 
nance (see p. 155), Passed 141-66 

Tanks and pumps in sidewalk space : permits authorized ; 

regulations prescribed. Ordinance, to Bldgs 572 

Passed 889-90 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942-3 

Second Ordinance, Passed 1009-10 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1180 

Ordinance (prohibiting the issuance of permits 

for the privilege and directing the revocation as of 

Dec. 31, 1924 of permits previously issued), Passed .1863-4 

Tanks in street, alley and sidewalk space ; prohibition 

against the issuance of permits for the privilege. 

Ordinance, Passed 1863-4 

Tanks (portable) for inflammable liquids : permission for 
, use in manufacturing plants. Ordinance (see p. 

155) , Passed 141-66 

Tanks, portable wheel : in the matter of the sale of gaso- 
line from such tanks on the public streets in viola- 
tion of City ordinances. Come, to Sclwols 1060 

Filed ; 2032-3 

Wheel tanks (gasoline) : issuance of licenses, provision- 
ally, for stations where the expiration date is Dec. 

31, 1922. Order, Passed . .1358 

I nformation and Publicity, Bureau of : Abolition of the 
bureau. (See the notations under the heading "Statistics 
and Municipal Reference Library, Bureau of".) 
Ingleside av. : 

Paving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. (See "Paving, 
from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd St., etc." under the head- 
ing "Maryland av.") 
Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
Ingraham st. : Tunnel under and across the street, west of 
Elston av. (See under the heading "American Hide and 
Leather Co.") 

Ingram D. J.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1538 

Inland Glass Co. : Extension of contract for furnishing 

diffusing globes to the City. Order, Passed ...1720 

Inland Radio Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 2035 

Inland Supply Co. : Shed. Order, to Bldgs 135 

Passed 511 

Inlander, Albert and Mortie : Driveway. Order, Passed 127 
Instill, Samuel : Expression of opinion in connection with 
the "Schwartz plan" of municipal operation and owner- 
ship of local transportation facilities. (See the report 
of the Com. on Local Transportation, noted on pp. 754- 
813.) 
Insurance : 

Automobile indemnity insurance : in the matter of require- 
ment for procurement by automobile owners. Re- 
solution, to Police 1735 

Brokers in insurance. (See under the heading "Brokers".) 
Fire insurance : in the matter of a reduction in insurance 
rates through plans for a' reduction in fire hazards. 
Comes. (Mayor and Fire Comr.), Pvo. and to Schools 

1712-13 

Filed 2032-3 

Municipal insurance for policemen and firemen : appropria- 
tion for the payment of insurance to dependents of 
policemen or firemen killed or fatally injured in the • 

performance of duty. See 2231 

Municipal insurance for policemen and firemen : Board of 
Trustees created and membership specified ; duty of 
Supt. of Police and Fire Marshal when deaths occur : 
Policemen's and Firemen's Life Insurance and Death 
Benefit Fund provided for ; regulations governing 
method of payments specified. Ordinance, Passed 

1217-18 

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Insurance : 

Municipal insurance for policemen and firemen : in the 
matter of providing for the payment of insurance to 
dependents of policemen and firemen killed or fatally 
injured in the performance of duty and direction for 
an appropriation for 1922. Ordinance (referred 

Dec. 28, 1921, p. 1546), Filed 1797 

Inter State National Bank of Hegewiseh : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Interest. (For data, if any. see under the heading "Finance".) 
International Auto Garage Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 580 

International Harvester Co. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 1229 

Tractor truck: sale to the City. Order. Passed 667-8 

Tunnel. Ordinance, to S. <£ A 103S 

Wires. Ordinance, to .S. <£ .1 1871 

Passed 20DS-9 

International Harvester Co. of New Jersey: Tunnel: new 

bond (under an ordinance passed June 21, 1015). See ITS 

International Motor Co. : 

Dump trucks (Mack) : sale to the City. Order, Passed 667 

Tractor truck (Mack) : sale to the City. Order, Passed 

667-S 

Interstate Brass Co. : Sale of brass pipe to the City. Order. 

Passed 1971 

Interstate Casualty Co. : Compromise settlement of warrant 

for collection. Order, Passed 1727 

Interurban railroad lines. (For data, if any. see under the 

heading "Railroads".) 
"Invisible Empire". (See the heading "Ku Klux Klan".) 

lorio (Frank) estate: Claim. To Finance 862 

Iowa st. : Sidewalk, from N. Lavergne av, to Lawler av. 

(s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance. Passed 46 

Iroquois Memorial Hospital. (See under the heading "Health 

Dept. of".) 
Iroquois Memorial Hospital Assn. : Transfer of a Health 

Dept. ambulance to the association. Order, Passed. . . .1791 

Irving Aluminum Foundry: Claim. Order. Passed 560 

Irving av. : 

Opening of the street, from W. 91st st. to W. 95th st. 

Ordinance. Passed 1700 

Taring, from W. 105th st. to W. 107th st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 105th st. to W. 107th st.. etc." under 
the heading "Oakley av.") 
Paving, from W. 101st st. to W. 103rd st. (See "Paving, 
from Longwood drive to S. Western av., etc." under 
the heading "One hundred first St.") 
Water supply pipe, from W. 91st St. to 300 ft. north of 

W. 90th st. Ordinance, Passed 500 

Water supply pipe, from W. 91st st. to 299 ft. north of 

W. 90th st. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Irving Oil & Supply Co. : 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 253, 254, 494 

Vacation of alleys in Turk's Resub. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 
Irving Tark boul. : 

"Parking" of vehicles. (See under the heading "Traffic 

regulations".) 
Sidewalks, from Broadway to Kenmore av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 492-3 

Sidewalk, from N. Laramie av. to N. Long av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1235 

Sidewalk, from N. Xarragansett av. to N. Neenah av (s. 

side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1143 

Sidewalk, from N. Oak Park av. to N. New England av. 

(s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 256 

Sidewalk, from N. Springfield av. to N. Kedvale av. (s. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 658 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at Nos. 1337-45. (See under 
the heading "Morton Levitt Ideal Garage & Motor 
Sales".) 
Water meter at No. 1942 : removal. Order, to Finance 1810 

Water supply pipe, from N. Sawyer av. to N. Spaulding 

av. (s. side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Irwin, Fred: Claim. (See under the heading, "Ball, Wal- 

ter".) 

Irwin, James : Claim. To Finance 2192 

Isaac, S. : Sign. Order, Parsed 501 

Isaac (Samuel) Sick Visiting and Aid Society: Tag day. 
(See under the heading "Tag days".) 



Isaacs, George T. : Driveways. (See under the heading 

"Doyle, Frank".) 

Isaiah Temple: Banner. Order, Passed 998 

Isker, Frank: Alterations in, and addition to, building. 

Order, to Bldgs e0 9i 

Passed 2379 

Isolation Hospital. (See under the heading "Health Dept 

of.) 
Italian Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Itzkowitz, A. S. : Claim. (See under the heading "Stzko- 

vitz, A. S.") 

Ivaska, John : Driveway. Order, Passed 1477 

Iverson & Co.: Floral canopies. Order, Passed 1015 

Iverson and Nelson: Driveway. Order, Passed 488 

Ivy-Carter & Co. : Signs. Order, Passed 1301 



.Tacknian, Edwin S. : Return of money donated to the 
City for the construction of a new dog pound. Ordi- 
nance, Passed ] 164-5 

Jackson boul. : 

Fire, at S. Clinton st. : direction for the submission of 
a comprehensive report concerning the causes, etc. 
Order (referred March 15, 1922, p. 2280), Filed. .1352-3 
Subways, passenger (proposed), from Grant Park to S. 
Franklin st. and S. Clinton st. (See the report of 
the Com. on Local Transportation, noted on pp. 754- 
813.) 
Water service pipe, between S. Lavergne av. and S. Lara- 
mie av. Order, Passed 2199-2200 

Jackson, C. J.: Driveway. Order, Passed 106 

Jackson, Columbus J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 32 

Jackson, David H. : Traction litigation : repeal of the or- 
dinance, passed May 3, 1920, fixing rate as special coun- 
sel. Ordinance (referred July S, 1921, pp. 708-0), 

Filed 25 

Jackson, J. F. : Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Jackson, Julia : Settlement of claim against the City aris- 
ing out of the race riots. Order, Passed 1624 

Jackson Park Golf Shop: Sign. Order, Passed 234-5 

Jackson Park Sanitarium : Tag day. ( See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 

Jacobs, J.: Sign. Order, Passed 661 

Jacobs, J. L. : Contract for a study of street and alley 

paving. Ordinance, Passed 58-9 

Vetoed and to 8. & A 61-2 

Filed 1300 

Jacobson, L. J.: Real estate office. Order, Passed. .. . 659 

Jacobson, L. M. : Real estate office. Order, to Bldgs. .1045 

Passed 1254 

Jadins, Carl: Claim (presented as claim of Carl J.Adams). 

Order, Passed 560 

Jagan, Edward: ' Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Jahn & Oilier Co. : Sale of zinc etchings for drawings to 

the City. Order, Passed 539 

Jail, County. (See under the heading "Cook County".) 

Jakubowski, Y. T. : Claim. To Finance 1805 

Jamison, Frank O. : Vacation of part of E. 79th st. (See 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Janci, Sam : Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Jandus, Anna T. : Metal ceiling in store. Order, Passed 503 
Janitors' supplies: Sale at retail by hardware stores. (See 

the ordinance licensing and regulating, noted under the - 
heading "Hardware stores".) 

Janitsky, Frank: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 233 

Passed . . ■ 892 

.Tankouski, William : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 1631-2 

Janns, Charles J. : Claim (presented as claim of Charles 

J. Hanus) . Order, Passed 560 

Janovsky, Felix B. : Bid for the purchase of property at 
1642 W. 47th st. Order (rejecting bid, referred April 

12, 1922, p. 2387), Passed 711 

Janser, Anna C. : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Janusauskas, B. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1223 

Jaster, Martin: Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. .1025 

Passed 1 2J >4 

Jastrzemski, Stanislaw L. : Alterations in, and additions 

to, building. Order, to Bldgs 1700 

Jefferson Ice Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed' 1049 



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Jefferson Park Independence Day Celebration Committee : 

Closing of Argyle st. to traffic. Order, Passed 656 

Jefferson Park National Bank, The : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Jefferson Park Presbyterian Church : Public services on 

street. Order, Passed iJ47 

Jefferson st. : 

Canopy at n. w. cor. of Fulton st. (See under the head- 
ing "Field (Walter) Co.") 

Loading platform at No. 1200 N. (See under the heading 
"Knott, Henry A.") 

Sidewalk, from W. Jackson boul. to W. Van Buren st. 

(e. side). Ordinance, Deferred 861 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 2343 

Sidewalks, from W. Roosevelt road to W. 15th st. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 2039 

Switch track across the street, south of W. loth st. (See 
under "Central Terminal Ry. Co." under the head- 
ing "Switch tracks".) 

Widening of the street, from W. Harrison st. to W. Roose- 
velt road : direction for proceeding with the work. 

Order, Passed 1420 

Appropriation for preliminary expense. See.... 2262 
Jeffery av. : 

Paving, at the intersection of E. 71st st. (See "Paving, 
from Stony Island av. to Yates av., etc." under the 
heading "Seventy-first st.") 

"Through traffic street", from E. 67th st. to South Chi- 
cago av. Ordinance, Passed 994-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1180 

Jeffrey, John : Claim. Order, Passed 538 

Jeffries, Nellie : Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Jensen, Alex : Commendation for bravery during 1921. 

See 462-3 

Jensen, Christ A. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 

Jensen, J. Norman : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Jensen, Sophus C. : Claim. Order, Passed 857 

Jepsen, Frank: Auto-shed. Order, Passed ;1359 

Jewett & Sowers Oil Co. : 

Lease of space in Wentworth av. See 1292 

Sale of fuel oil to the City. Order, Passed 1752 

Jewish Day Nursery and Infant Home : Free permits for 

erection of building. Order, Passed 857 

Jewish holidays : Leaves of absence granted to Jewish 

employes of the City. (See under "Leaves of absence" 

under the heading "City employes".) 
Jewish National Fund Bureau : Sale of flowers on public 

streets. Order, Passed 137 

Jewish National Workers Alliance of America : Tag day. 

(See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Jex, Charles L. : Construction of building. Order,- to 

Bldgs. . 2047 

Passed ". 2380 

John Worthy School. (For data, if any, see the heading 

"Chicago and Cook County School for Boys".) 

Johnson, A. : Claim. To Finance ,. 1626 

Johnson, Andrew : 

Air-and-water pole. Order, Passed 649 

Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1367 

Johnson, Arthur: Driveway. Order, Passed 1361-2 

Johnson, E. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed .1378 

Johnson, E. J. : Maintenance of plank walk. Order, 

Passed .1539 

Johnson, Ella : Claim. Filed 1797 

Johnson, Ernest A.: Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Johnson, Ernst : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

' Passed 1040 

Johnson, F. C. : Claim. To Finance 2191 

Johnson, George F. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Johnson, J. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs . . . 663 

Passed 823 

Johnson, J. K. : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Johnson, John E. : Filling station. Order, Passed .....1701 
Johnson (Julia) Home for Working Girls, The : Tag day. 

(See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Johnson, Nels : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1592 

Passed 1756-7 

Johnson, O. H. : Driveway. (See under the heading "Flo- 
din, John A.") 

Johnson, V. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Johnston, Mary F. : Vacation of part of E. 79th st. (See 

under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Johntry, John H. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments". ) 



Joint Building Trades Publicity Committee : Protest 
against methods used in connection with the raiding of 

Union Labor offices. Resolution, to Police.. 179 

Filed , 1677-8 

Jonas, Edgar A.: Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Jonas, S. : Revocation of permit for erection of garage. 

Order, Passed 33-4 

Jones & Laughlin Steel Co. : Sale of reinforcing steel to 

the City. Order, Passed '. ... 1156 

Jones (W. A.) Foundry & Machine Co. : Switch track. 

(See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Jordan, A. I. : Driveway. Order, Passed 106 

Joselan, Ida H. : Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Joseph, H. H. : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Joshua, William : Settlement of claim against, the City 

arising out of the race riots. Order, Passed 1624 

Jourdan Packing Co.: Claim. To Finance 1803 

Journal of the City Council. (See under the heading "City 
Council".) 

Joy Yen Lo Co.: Claim. To Finance 1868 

Judges of election. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Election Commissioners, Board of".) 
Judgment Funding Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Judgments. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Fin- 
ance".) 
Judiciary, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriation (annual). See ....2222 

Jukins, Peter : Claim. Filed » . .624-5 

July 4th. (For data, if any, see the heading "Independence 

Day".) 
Junk, Augusta : Cancellation of warrants for collection. 

Order, Passed 1598 

Junk dealers and junk : Exclusion of platinum and precious 

metals from the term "junk". Ordinance, Passed. . . . 239 

Report of newspaper publication. See 599-600 

Junk yard, municipal. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "House of Correction".) 
Justine st. : 

Paving, from W. 83rd st. to W. 87th st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 85th st. to W. 87th st., etc." under the head- 
ing "Bishop st.") 
Paving, from W. 87th st. to W. 89th st. (See "Paving, 
from Vincennes av. to S. Ashland av., etc." under the 
heading "Eighty-eighth st.") 
Repair of the pavement, from W. 52nd st. to W. Garfield 

boul. Order, Passed 1881-2 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer at the e.-and-w. alley 
first north of W. 87th st. (See the notations under 
"Paving, from W. 85th st. to W. 87th St., etc." under 
the heading "Bishop St.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in W. 87th st. (See the 
notations under "Paving, from Vincennes av. to S. 
Ashland av., etc." under the heading "Eighty-eighth 

St.") 

Sidewalks, from W. 89th st. to W. 95th st (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1147 

Sidewalks, from W. 87th st. to W. 89th st. (both, sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1147-8 

Jute : Prohibition against storing in basements of certain 

buildings. Ordinance (see p. 166), Passed 141-66 

Jutovsky, S. : Claim (presented as claim of S. Jutovsky 

& H. Baygood). To Finance 1913 

"Juul law". (See under the heading "State legislation".) 
Juvenile delinquents. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Minors".) 
Juvenile Detention Home : 

County prisoners : in the matter of the use of the home 

for the housing of women prisoners of the County. 

(See the notations under "Jail" under the heading 

"Cook County".) 

Monthly reports (Dec, 1921, and Jan., Feb., Mar., Apr., 

May, Aug., Sept. and Oct., 1922), Filed 

600, 682, 944, 1267, 1347 



K. 



Kaczenowski, J. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. 43 

Passed 271-2 

Kaffistova Restaurant : Sign. Order, Passed 1733 



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Kahn, David : Construction of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1809 

■Passed 2151 

Kahn, Isa W. : Vacation of Armitage av., N. McVicker av., 
N. Meade av., N. Moody av., N. Melvina av.- and adjacent 
alleys. (See under "Armitage av." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 
Kaindl, Edward J.: Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Kaiser, Helene : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Kaiser, Max M. : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Kallal, Charles W. : Decrease of bill for water rates. 

Order, Passed 2027 

Kallas, Frank : Maintenance of a stairway. Order, to 

Bldgs 1359 

Passed 1485 

Kalodimos Bros. Ice Cream Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 1808 

Kalondel, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Kamberson, Geo.: Payment of salary. Order, Passed.. 218 

Kane, Archie F. : Commendation for bravery during 1921. 

See 463 

Kane, James: Claim. Order, Passed 712-13 

Kane, Thomas : Sign. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Kann (Max M.) & Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 2189-90 

Kanofsky, N. : Sign. Order, Passed 1313 

Kanofsky, Nathan : Sign. Order, Passed 124 

Kaplan, Ben : Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Kaplan, Louis : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

O., O. & E. L 1538 

Filed 1864 

Kaplan, Meyer: Claim. To Finance 1913 

Kaplan, S. : Sign. Order, Passed 32 

Kara, Anton : Claim. Filed 623 

Karabas, Mary : Claim. To Finance 2142 

Karas, Vincent: Driveway. Order, Passed 1473 

Karlov av. : 

Drains, between Bryn Mawr av., and Hollywood av. : 
permission to lay, on payment of one fee, etc. Or- 
der, Passed 1914 

Paving, from Palmer st. to Belden av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1916 

Repair of the roadway, from Archer av. to W. 47th st. 
Order and Petition (referred June 3, 1921, p. 327), 

Filed 25 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Diversey av. (See 

the notations under "Paving, from N. Crawford av. 

to N. Cicero av." under the heading "Diversey av.") 

Sewer, from Melrose st. to 110 ft. south of Melrose st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1879 

Water supply pipe, from Bryn Mawr av. to Hollywood 

av. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Karpen (S.) & Bros.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1309 

Karpen, William G. : Claim. To Finance 1806 

Karstens, J. J. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1136 

Karzas, Andrew : 

Canopy. Order, Passed 645-6 

Conduits. Ordinance, to S. & A 477 

Passed 633-4 

Acceptance and bond. See .-. .941-2 

Kaska, Edward : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

(?., 0. & E. L 1703 

Filed 1864 

Kass, Leo : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 582 

Katz, Mrs. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1415 

Katz, Nathan : Driveways. Order, Passed 849 

Kauffman, Isaac: Driveways. Order, Passed 1002 

Kaufhold, Henry: Claim. To Finance 1914 

Kaufman (Charles) & Bros., Inc. : Smoke stack. Or- 
dinance, to S. & A 1015 

Kavanagh Bros. & Co. : Switch tracks. (See under the 

heading "Switch tracks".) 

Kavanagh, Maurice F. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Felicitations of the City Council. Resolution, Adopted. 1426 

Presentation of a copy of The Chicago Municipal Code 

of 1922. Resolution, Adopted 1991 

Resignation as Alderman of the old 18th Ward. (See 
under the heading "Resignations".) 

Kayzer, Math.: Shed. Order, to Bldgs 113 

Passed 511 

Keane, James : Claims. Order, Passed 561 

Kearns, W. F. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed ... 1146 



Keating av. : 

Closing of street to traffic, between Cornelia av. and 

Roscoe st. Order, Passed 869 

Paving, from Palmer st. to Fullerton av. (See "Paving, 
from Armitage av. to Fullerton av., etc." under the 
the heading "Kilpatrick av.") 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Diversey av. (See the 
notations under "Paving, from N. Crawford av. to N. 
Cicero av." under the heading "Diversey av.") 

Sewer, from Lawrence av. to Wilson av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1031 

Water supply pipe, from Lawrence av. to 110 ft. south 

of Leland av. Ordinance, Passed 2146 

Water supply pipe, from 135 ft. north of Wilson av. 

to 360 ft. northward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Keck, Christopher T. : Tapping of water supply pipe. 

Order, Passed _ 1044 

Kedvale av. : 

Drains, between Bryn Mawr av. and Hollywood av. : 
permission to lay, on payment of one fee, etc. Or- 
der, Passed 1914 

Vacant lot at n.e. cor. of W. 31st st. : direction for flood- 
ing for skating purposes. Order, Passed 1550 

Kedzie av. : 

Canopy extension at No. 4816 N. (See under the heading 
"Thomasson (Nelson), Jr.") 

Canopy at Nos. 4816-18 N. (See under the heading 
"Thomasson (Nelson), Jr.") 

Canopy at No. 4823 N. (See under the heading "Blue 
Bird Gardens".) 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from Montrose av. to Law- 
rence av. Order, Passed 745 

Sidewalks, from Fulton st. to W. Madison st. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 488 

Sidewalks, from W. 22nd st. to W. 26th st. (both sides) 

Ordinance, Passed 855 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Water meter at No. 1309 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1132 

Filed 1797 

Water meter at No. 2342 S. : removal. Order, Passed.. 1010 

Water supply pipe, from W. 81st st. to W. 83rd st. 

Order, Passed 132 

Kedzie av. Municipal Bath. (See under "Bathhouses, public" 

under the heading "Health, Department of".) 

Keefe, R. W. : Sign in parkway. Order, Passed 1876 

Keehn, Roy D. : 

Signs (roof). Order (referred Feb. 8, 1922, p. 1867), 

Filed 31 

Vacation of part of an alley in Thogerson & Ericksen's 
Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Keeler av. : 

Drains, between W. 31st st. and W. 33rd st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1820 

Paving, from W. Roosevelt road to W. 14th st. Pe- 
tition (protesting against the making of the im- 
provement) and Order (directing consideration), 
to B. L. 1 1820 

Paving, from W. Roosevelt road to W. 14th st. Or- 
dinance, Recommitted to B. L. 1 1704 

Paving, from W. 31st st. to W. 33rd st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1743 

Restoration of street pavement, from W. 27th st. to W. 
31st st. (See under "Peoples Gas Light and Coke 
Co." under the heading "Gas and gas appliances".) 

Sewer, from W. 59th st. to 288 ft. north of W. 53rd st. 
(See "Sewer, from S. Crawford av. to S. Kostner av., 
etc." under the heading "Fifty-fifth st.") 

Water service pipes, between W. 31st st. and W. 33rd 

st. Ordinance, Passed 1888 

Water supply pipe, from Schubert av. to Wrightwood av. 

Order, Passed 292-3 

Water supply pipe, from W. 20th st. to W. 22nd st. 

Order, Passed 64-5 

Keeler, Harris S. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 501 

Passed 892 

Keeley, James W. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Kehl (G.) Sons: Claim. Order, Passed 1323-4 

Keirnan, Thos. F. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1405 

Keller, John W, : Tapping of water supply pipe. Orders, 

Passed 1240 

Keller (M.) & Son : Claim. Filed 1797. 

Kellogg Art Store : Sign. Order, Passed 2097 



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1922-23 



Kelly Brothers : Vacation of part of an alley in Dewey's 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Kelly, D. F. : Address to the City Council in connection 
with a strike of street railway and elevated railroad em- 
ployes. Noted 930 

Kelly, Nathan W. : Claim. Filed (524-5 

Kelly-Springfield Motor Truck Co. : 

Trucks : contract for repair for the City. Orders, 

Passed .91, 555. 1600 

Tractor truck: sale to the City. Order, Passed 667-S 

Kempton, William F. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldys 1471 

Keneses Israel Nusak Seferd Congregation : 

Synagogue: free permits for erection. Order, Passed-. 265 
Synagogue: use of wooden frames. Order, Passed. .. . 265 
Kenfield-Leach Co. : Printing of triennial report for the De- 
partment of Health. Order. Passed 1.74S 

Kenilworth av. : 

Drains, between N. Western av. and the City limits. 

Ordinance, Parsed 1811 

Sidewalk, from Ridge road to Pingree st. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1025 

Water service pipes, between N. Western av. and N. 

Kedzie av. Ordinance, Passed 2041 

Kennedy Laundry & Supply Co. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 1686 

Vacation of B. 112th pi. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 
Kennels, dog. (See under the heading "Animals".) 
Kenneth av. : Traffic signs. (See under the heading 

"Traffic regulations".) 
Kenosha av. : Vacation of the street. fSee under the 

heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Kenton av. : 

Repair of the roadway, at W. 26th st. Order, Passed.. 1368 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Diversey av. (See 

the notations under "Paving, from N. Crawford av. 

to N. Cicero av." under the heading "Diversey av.") 

Sidewalk, from Wrightwood av. to Fullerton av (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed ■ 265 

Switch track along and across the street, south of Mil- 
waukee av. (See under "Hines (Edward) Lumber 
Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Water supply pipe, from Roscoe st. to 43 ft. southward. 

Order. Passed 1062-5 

Kenwood av. : Closing of the street to traffic, between E. 

55th st. and 250 ft. south. Order, Passed 645 

Kenwood Bridge Co. : Vacation of alleys in "Cornell". 

(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Kenwood National Bank of Chicago, The : Deposits of 
City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and bank- 
ing.") 
Kepler, J. F. Permission to operate a telescope on the 

Municipal pier. Order, Passed 2352 

Kerber. F. J.: Sign. Order, Passed 654 

Keren Hayesod : Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag 
days".) 

Kernott & Beck : Signs. Order, Passed 844 

Kerns, Peter: Shed. Order, to Bldgs 2093 

Passed 2380 

Kerosene. (See the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 

Kerr Turbine Co. : Sale of a rotor to the City. Order, 

Passed 2026 

Kerstein, Mrs. M. : Claim. Order, Passed 1070 

Kerwin, John T. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1593 

Kesner, Jacob L. : 

Canopy. Order, Passed 641 

Smoke stack connection. Ordinance, to 8. & A 1356 

Passed 1561-2 

Acceptance and bond. See 1713 

Kessel Brothers : Claim. To Finance 1638 

Kessler Bros. : Sign. Order, Passed 1807 

Kessner, H. : Sign. Order, Passed 1912 

Ketler-Elliott Co., The : 

Madison st. bridge : payment of portion of reserve on con- 
tract for the construction of the superstructure. 

Order, Passed 718 

Roosevelt road viaduct : sale of structural steel to the 

City. Order, Passed 1965 

Wells st. bridge : settlement of claims in connection with 

construction of superstructure. Order, Passed. .2372-3 

Kevin, Ellie G. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 581 

Kewanee Boiler Co. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 1016 

Lease of space in W. 16th st. See 1292-3 



Keystone av. : 

Building at n.e. cor. of Armitage av. : incombustible par- 
tition. Order, to Bldgs 1149 

Passed 1330 

Drains, between Bryn Mawr av. and Hollywood av. : 
permission to lay, on payment of one fee, etc. Or- 
der, Passed 1914 

Water supply pipe, from Bryn Mawr av. to Hollywood 

av. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Keystone Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Kez'es, Mathew J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Khaki & Blue Club: Tag day. (See under the heading 
"Tag days".) 

Kidd, Arthur J.: Driveways. Orders, Passed 1243 

Kiefer, Jos. : Claim. Order. Passed 560 

Kiernan, Thomas F. : Claim. Order, Passed 622-3 

Kierstein, Julius : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed * 1312 

Kilbourn av. : 

Paving, from Diversey av. to Wrightwood av., etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 502 

Water supply pipe, from 300 ft. south of School st. to 

Belmont av. Order, Passed ■ 64-5 

Kildare av. : 

Auto-shed at No. 2250 N. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, to Bldgs 263 

Passed 672 

Sewer, from W. 59th st. to W. 53rd st. (See "Sewer, 
from S. Crawford av. to S. ICostner av., etc." under 
the heading "Fifty -fifth st") 
Sidewalk, from Diversey av. to Wrightwood av. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed '. 1150 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from George st. to 12 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 64-5 

Kilpatrick av. : 

Drains, between Palmer st. and Fullerton av., etc. (sys- 
tem). Ordinance, Passed 1414-15 

Lease to space in the street, between Washington boul. 
and alley north thereof. (See under the heading 
"West Side Nash Co.") 
Paving, from Armitage av. to Fullerton av., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connection in Belden av.). 
Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to S. & A. .1276-82 
Passed 1562 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Diversey av. (See 

the notations under "Paving, from N. Crawford av. 

to N. Cicero av." under the heading "Diversey av.") 
Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water service pipes, between Armitage av. and Fullerton 

av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1549 

Kimball av. : 

Drains, between Addison st. and N. Western av. (w. side) : 

permission to lay, on payment of one fee, etc. 

Order, Passed 41 

Paving, from Lawrence av. to Argyle st. Ordinance, 

■ Passed 41 

Water supply pipe, from Elston a v. to Grace st. Order, 

Passed 1267-8 

Kimbark av. : Water meter at No. 4918 : removal. Or- 
der, to Finance 645 

Filed 1115 

Kimbark State Bank : Deposits of City funds. ( See under 
the heading "Banks and banking".) 

King Hing Lo Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

King, John : Driveways. Order, Passed 1036 

Kingsbury st. : 

Gates at e.-and-w. alley between W. Chicago av. and W. 
Superior st. (See under the heading "Hall (W. F.) 
Printing Co.") 
Lease of space in the street, s.e. of Southport av. (See. 
under the headings "Piano & Organ Supply Co., The" 
and "Weber Coal Co.") 
Switch track in and along the street, south of W. North 
av. (See under "Fleischmann Co., The" under the 
heading "Switch tracks".) 
Kingston a v. : 

Opening of the street across the B., P. & C. R. R. : di- 
rection for institution of condemnation proceedings. 
Order, to B. L. 1 1470 



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93 



Kingston av. : 

Paving, from E 83rd st. to E. 87th St., etc. (system). 

Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to S. & A 303-0 

Ordinance, Passed 842 

Kiu sella. P. W. : Driveway. Order, Passed 120 

Kinsey (J. A.) & Son: Claim. Filed 623 

Kintz, Charles : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Kinwashima, K. : Claim. . Order, Passed 1417 

Kinzie st. : 

Lease of space in the street, between N. Kilpatrick av. and 
the Belt Ry. (See under the heading "Niesen-Pyott 
Baseball Park".) 
Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights''.) 
Kipp's Express & Van Co. : Notice of application to the 
Illinois Commerce Commission for a certificate of con- 
venience and necessity to transport property by motor 
trucks between Chicago and Joliet, 111. Come. (City 

Clerk) , to Local Trans 1429 

Kirby Brothers : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

G., 0. & E. L 1481 

Filed 1864 

Kirk (James S.) & Co. : Release of bond, filed under an 
ordinance of July 30, 1913, in connection with the 
straightening of the west dock line of the Chicago River. 

Ordinance, Passed 2112-13 

Kirn, O. C. : Garage. Order, Passed 169 

Kirsch. F. : Tapping of a water supply pipe. Order. 

Passed 538-9 

Kirschbaum, L. : Sign. Order, Passed 52 

Kite Electric & Fixture Co.: Sign. Order, Passed ....1728 
Kiwanis Clubs : All Chicago Council : observance of "Cheer 
Monday" and distribution of flowers on the day. Res- 
olution, Adopted 1317-18 

Klarkowski, Boleslaus : Resignation as a member of the 

Board of Education. (See the notations under "Resigna- 
tions, etc." under the heading "Education. Board of".) 

Klawiter, Peter : Driveway. Order, Passed 1627 

Klein. A. : Sign. Order, Passed 883 

Klein, David : Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Klein (Fred) Printing Co. : Printing of the Supplement on 

Sterilization of the annual report of the Municipal Court 

of Chicago. Order, Passed 24 

Amended 1749 

Klein, John M. and Joseph A. : Switch tracks. (See under 

the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Klein, L. : Sign. Order, Passed 38 

Klein, Leon J. : Vacation of an alley in Race's Addn. to 

Irving Park. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Klein, Max : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Klein, Rosalinda: Canopy. Order, Passed 1807 

Klein. Sol: Floral canopy. Order, Passed 1360 

Kleinfield, Mr. : Garages. Order, to Bldgs 37 

Passed 272 

Kleinman, George B. : Supplemental boundary-line agree- 

ment with tbe City of Chicago affecting lands on the 

shore of Lake Calumet. Ordinance, Passed 1455-6 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1620 

Kleker, John : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1314 

Klender (William) & Co. : 

Chicago av. (No. 113 W.) : removal and installation of 

boilers in police station. Order, Passed 1170-1 

Nineteenth st. (No. 918 W.) : replacement of old boiler in 

fire station. Order, Passed 1969-70 

Klotz, Herman : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1312 

Klucznski, John : Claim (presented as claim of John A. 

Sierocinski). Order, Passed 1656 

Kneiland and Wright : Issuance of a duplicate water pipe 

extension certificate. Order, Passed 244 

Knight, H. N. : Sign (clock). Order, Passed 878 

Knights of Columbus : 

Bishop Kettler Council : closing of S. Oakley av. to 

traffic. Order, Passed 1009 

Genoa Council : street fair. Order, Passed 853 

-Knights' Day, The" (a Knights of Columbus journal). (Son 

under the heading "Newspapers and magazines".) 
Knisely (H. C.) Co. : Construction of skylights for the 

City. Order, Passed 1163 

Kniszewski, John : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1009 

Passed 1254-5 

Knoblock. Joseph: Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 



Knoop (E. H.) & Co., Inc.: Bridge (covered passageway). 

Ordinance, Passed 831-2 

Acceptance and bond. See nso 

Knott, Henry A.: Loading platform. . Ordinance, 

Pa8sed 1872-3 

Acceptance and bond. See 2122 

Knowles, Wm. : Honorable mention for 1921. See ...... 462 

Knox av. : 

Paving, from Palmer st. to Fullerton av. (See "Paving, 
from Armitage av. to Fullerton av., etc." under the 
heading "Kilpatrick av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Diversey av. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Crawford 
av. to N. Cicero av." under the heading "Diversey 
av.") 
Water supply pipe, from Wellington av. to 24 ft. south- 
ward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Knox Avenue Presbyterian Church : Free permit for sewer 

connection. Order, Passed 2145 

Knox Fuel Co. : Sale of coal to the City. Order, 

Pa^ed jggo.j 

Knudson, A.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1368 

Passed 1485 

Knudson, C. B. : Construction of building. Order, to 

Bld 0S 255 

Fi led 633 

Koehler, Fred A.: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Koehler, Dr. G. : Compensation for extra services. Or- 
der, Passed 1555 

Koelkebeck, Samuel A.: Driveways. Order, Passed 2194 

Koenig (D.) & Son: Sign. Order, Passed 1804 

Koepke, A. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 9(; 

Kogan, Sam: Sign. Order, Passed 1142 

Kohler, Edward G. : Claim. Order, Passed 2373 

Kohlhase, Frank L. : Driveway. Order, Passed 37 

Kolasinski, Julius : Claim. Order, Passed . . . : 560 

Kolb, B. : Claim. To Finance 999 

Koleski, Max : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 488 

Filed 633 

Second Order, to Bldgs 576 

Passed 892 

Kolin av. : Sewer, from W. 57th st. to W. 53rd st. (See 

"Sewer, from S. Crawford av. to S. Kostner av., etc." 
under the heading "Fifty-fifth st.") 
Kolmar av. : 

Repair of pavement, from W. 60th st. to W. 59th st. 

Order, Passed 1249 

Water service pipes, between Berteau av. and Irving Park 

boul. Ordinance, Passed 1412 

Water supply pipe, from W. North av. to 130 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 682-3 

Water supply pipe, from School st. to 12 ft. southward. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Kolodzeij, Joseph : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Kolodziej, Joseph: Claim. To Finance 1732 

Kolormryski, J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1306 

Komensky av. : Paving, from W. Roosevelt road to W. 

16th st., etc. (system). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 1888 

Komperda, Joe: Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. .1014 

Passed 1255 

Konicky, John W. : Maintenance of building. Order, 

Passed 1803 

Konkal, J. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1129-30 

Konkowski, Frank: Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Konomos, Peter : Claim. To Finance 1003 

Kopelka, Otto H. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Kopielski, Ben: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1135 

Kopka, John : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Kops, A.: Alterations in building. Order, to Bldgs ... .2143 
Koretskis, Paul : Vacation of alleys in West Pullman. (See 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Kosick. Frank: Claim. To Finance 1011 

Kostner av. : 

Baseball park at W. 26th st. : permission for rebuilding 

of grandstand and fence. Order, Passed 36 

Gas plant at W. 31st st. : direction for investigation of 

obnoxious odors. Order, Passed 1887 

Paving, from W. 16th st. to W. 22nd st. (suppl. spec. 

assess.). Ordinance, Recommitted to B. L. 7.... 1048-9 
Paving, from W. 16th st. to W. 22nd st. (suppl. spec. 

assess.). Ordinance, Passed 1415 



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1922-23 



Kostner av. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Diversey av. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Crawford av. 
to N. Cicero av." under the heading "Diversey av.") 
Sewer, from W. 59th St. to 160 ft. south of W. 53rd st. 
(See "Sewer, from S. Crawford av. to S. Kostner av., 
etc." under the heading "Fifty-fifth st.") 
Sidewalk, from Lawrence av. to Elston av. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 256 

Sidewalks, from W. 26th st. to W, 31st st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1049 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, from W. Lake st. to W. Kinzie st. 

Order, Passed . .• 1062-5 

Kotler, I.: Maintenance of building. Order, Passed- ■ 247 

Kotz, Jacob H. : Sign. Order, Passed 52-3 

Kovarik, James F. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 
Kowalski, August J. : Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 

Kowohl, Irwin A.: Claim. To Finance 1311 

Koza, Joseph : "Vacation of part of Newton st. (See under 

the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Kozla, Frank : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Kozycki, Jan : Driveway. Order, Passed 999 

Kraber, Bertha and Louis D. : Vacation of an alley in 

Wm. H. Britigan's Resub. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 

Kraemer, Nathan : Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Kraft Cheese Co.: Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs 119 

Filed , 226 

Kraft (J. L.) & Bros. Co.: Sign (roof). Order, to 

Bldgs 651 

Filed 826 

Kralovec, J. M. : Driveway. Order, Passed . 1008 

Kralovec Motor Corp. : 

Automobile (Ford) : sale to the City. Order, Passed. 1752 

Concrete mixer: sale to the City. Order, Passed 2374 

Kramer Bros. & Mages : Driveway. Order, Passed 664 

Kramer, Geo.: Driveways (permission to Geo. Kramer 

and G. R. Stearns) . Order, Passed 1005 

Kranchunas, Anton: Garage. Order, to Bldgs 475 

Passed 672 

Kraponich, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Krasny, A. : Sign. Order, Passed 659 

Kraus, Hymen : Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 

Kravitz, M. : Sign. Order, Passed 1731 

Krawulski, W. : Claim. Filed ■ ■ • 623 

Kreger, C. E. : Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Krehbiel Company : Payment for services rendered the 
City as consulting engineers in street improvement mat- 
ters. Order, Passed ...... 48-9 

Krema, J. J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1019 

Krestin, Bessie: Claim. Order, Passed .......1796 

Kretchmeyer, Wm. : Driveway (permission to Wm. Kreteh- 

meyer and Anna Bestle) . Order, Passed .1473 

Kreuter, Adam: Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 

Krichiber, H. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Kroeck, George J.: ' Driveway. Order, Passed 37 

Amended • • -115 

Kroeck Paper Box Co. (See the heading "Kroeck, George 

J.") 

Krohn, William F. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 169 

Kroichick, Charles : Showcase in sidewalk space. Or- 
der, Passed 1369 

Krok, Max : Driveway. Order, Passed 871 

Krone, George A.: Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Krueger C. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Orders, 

Passed , 254 

Krueger, Otto : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 125 

Passed > ....;: '.- 512 

Kruger av. : 

Drains, between Elston av. and 960 ft. southwesterly of 

Elston av. Ordinance, Passed 1313 

Paving, from 960 ft; southwesterly of Elston av. to 10 ft. 

northeasterly of Elston av". Ordinance, Passed. .1313 

Water service pipes, between Elston av. and 960 ft. 

southwest of Elston av. Ordinance, Passed 1693 

Krukorian, S. : Claim. Order, Passed 622 

Krutz, Mrs. Andrew: Claim. (See . under the heading 

"Pomierski, Walter M.") 



Ksander, Frank : Maintenance of structure. Order, 

Passed 858-9 

Ku Klux Klan : 

Attorney for investigating Council committee : authority 

for appointment. Order, Passed 1803 

Motion (directing consideration of subject-mat- 
ter by the Com. on Finance), Carried 1803 

Fire Department employes : in the matter of membership 
in the Klan. Order (directing the suspension of, 
and the firing of charges against, W. H. Green), 

Passed 1684 

Comes, from General Phil Sheridan Camp No. 
12, Sons of Veterans, and Columbia Tent No. 22, 
The Maccabees (expressing disapproval of the trans- 
fer of certain firemen because of alleged membership 

in the Klan), to Schools 1713 

Filed 2032-3 

Order (directing the suspension of, and the 
filing of charges against, Otto Novotny), Passed ...1730 

Order (authorizing expenditures in connection 
with the preparation and trial of cases of suspended 

firemen ) , Passed 2027 

Appropriation for the purpose. See 2226 

"Invisible Empire" : in the matter of the issuance of a 
permit for the exhibition of the motion picture. 

Resolution, Adopted 1588 

Membership of the Klan. Come. (William Letts), to 

K. K. K. Inv. Com 1713 

Municipal buildings : appointment of a committee to in- 
vestigate alleged use of the buildings for Klan initia- 

' tion purposes. Resolution, Adopted 1468 

Com. Report (increasing the membership of the 

Committee) , Concurred in 1586 

Parker (Governor of La.) reception committee appointed. 

See 1869 

Kuchnois, Tom : Claim. To Finance 999 

Kuehl, Ernest : Maintenance of living rooms in building. 

Order, to Bldgs 1466 

Passed 2151 

Kuhn, Wm. J.: Sign. Order, Passed 1040 

Kuhns, Frank C. : Maintenance of plank walk. Order, 

Passed 1539 

Kuhter, Frank A. : Occupancy of building. Order, 

to Bldgs . . 38 

Passed . . . 272 

Kuppenheimer (B.) & Co. : Protest against the dumping of 
refuse on a vacant lot on W. 18th st. and S. Karlov av. 
and request for construction of a sidewalk at said loca- 
tion. Come, to B. L. 1 265 

Kurland, Joseph : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Kurlo, P. : Construction of building. Order, to Bldgs . . 064 

Passed 1255 

Kurnicki, Anthony : Maintenance of sheds. Order, to 

Bldgs 1014 

Passed : . .' . .1255 

Kurrperwski, Walter : Driveway. Order, Passed 246 

Kurtz, Joseph : Claim. (See under the heading "Pomierski, 

Walter M.") 

Kurtzer, John F. : Driveway. Order, Passed .1694 

Kuttner, Mrs. — — : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs .... ...'.1357 

Filed . . . .1402-3 

Kwilos, Henry: Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs "..... 1128 

Passed 1331-2 

Kylloe, E. : Claim. To Finance . . . 1243 

Kylloe, Mr. : Claim, Filed 1797 



L. 



Labes, George: Alterations to building. Order, Passed. 2196 

Labes & Hecht : Claim. Order, Passed ' 1283 

Labor unions : 

(For data, if any, in connection with union labor em- 
ployed by the City, see the various items under 
the heading "City employes".) 
Raiding of certain union labor offices : protest against 
methods employed. Resolution (Joint Building 

Trades Publicity Committee) , to Police 179 

Filed 1677-8 

Raids on the headquarters of labor unions : direction for 

an investigation. Order, Passed 233-4 



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INDEX 



95 



Laborers in the City's employ. (For general data, if any, see 
under the heading "City employes". For items con- 
cerning laborers in a particular department or bureau, 
see under the name of such department or bureau.) 
LaBosquet, Maurice : Vacations of alleys in Board of Trade 
Sub. (See under the heading ""Vacations of alleys".) 

Laby, Dr. : Sign. Order, Passed 495 

Lackman, S. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1240 

La Crosse av. : Switch track across the street, north of 
Bloomingdale av. (See under "Bleck (W. F.) & Co., Inc." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Lacy, William H. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldas 1225 

Laczny, John : Alterations in building. Order, to Bldys. 234 

Passed 892-3 

Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic: Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 
Lafayette av. : 

Obstructions in the street, between W. 59th st. and W. 

60th St.: direction for removal. Order. Passed.. 874 
Water supply pipe, from 390 ft. north of W. 95th st. to 

298 ft. north of W. 94th st. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from W. 79th st. to 24 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Laflin st. : 

Paving, from W. 87th st. to W. 89th st. (See "Paving, 
from Yincennes av. to S. Ashland av.. etc." under 
the heading "Eighty-eighth st.") 
Paving, from W. 83rd st. to W. 87th st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 85th st. to W. 87th St., etc." under the head- 
ing "Bishop st.") 
Resurfacing of the street, from W. 47th st. to Gross av. 

Order, Passed 1314 

Sewer, from W. 115th st. to alley first south of W. 112th 
pi. (See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., 
etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh st.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer at the e.-and-w. alley ■ 
first north of W. 87th, st. (See the notations under 
"Paving, from W. 85th st. to W. 87th St., etc." 
under the heading "Bishop st.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in W. 87th st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from Vincennes av. to 
S. Ashland av., etc." under the heading "Eighty- 
eighth St.") 
Sidewalks, from W. 89th St. to W. 95th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1148 

Sidewalks, from W. 87th st. to W. 89th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1148 

Sidewalks, from W. 45th st. to W. 47th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 660 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Lagorio & Natate : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Lain and Son: Canopy. Order, Passed 498 

La Jeanne Beauty Shop: Sign. Order, Passed 1915 

Lake Building Material Co. : Vacation of S. Central Park 

av. (See under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Lake Calumet : Harbor matters. (For data, if any, see the 

heading "Harbors".) 
Lake Calumet Harbor Fund. (See under the heading "Fin- 
ance".) 
"Lake front development — Illinois Central ordinance". (See 
under "Illinois Central Railroad Co." under the heading 
"Railroads".) 
Lake Michigan : 

Appropriation for repair and replacement of docks and 

bulkheads at street ends along the lake. See.... 2291 
Bathing beaches (municipal). See under the heading 
"Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau 
of".) 
Dredging along south side of Municipal Pier : appropria- 
tion for the work. See 2284 

Dumping facilities, approximately 1,000 ft. north of B. 
11th st. : construction of a dam for the purpose. 

Order, Passed 1170 

Harbor matters. (See the heading "Harbors".) 
Level of the Lake : in the matter of the lowering of the 
lake level through an excessive withdrawal of water 
through the Drainage Canal. Come. (City Clerk, 

Michigan City, Ind.), to Harbors 1772 

Filed -.;.-.-. ...1984 

Telegram (Mayor, Manitowoc, Wis.), to Har- 
bors ../.... 1823 

Filed 1984 

Comes, and Resolutions (City Clerk, Manitowoc, 
Wis.), to Harbors 2008, 2064 



Lake Park av. : 

Conduit under and across the street, south of Hyde Park 

boul. (See under the heading "Hyde Park Hotel 

Co.") 

Heavy traffic : prohibition against the use of the street 

by vehicles carrying heavy loads from E. 51st st. 

northward. Ordinance, to Local Trans 846 

Sidewalks, from 733.10 ft. northwest of Hyde Park boul. 

to E. 53rd st. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed.. 109 
Traffic, between E. 35th st. and E. 39th st. : prohibition 
against use of the street by heavy trucks and trail- 
ers. Order, Passed 1868 

Lake Shore Trust and Savings Bank : Deposits of City 
funds. (See under the heading "Banks and bank- 
ing".) 
Lake st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Elevated railroad column within the street lines of N. 
Federal st. : requirement for removal. (This is part 
of the project for the widening and improvement of 
South Water st. See "Northwestern Elevated Rail- 
road Co." under the heading "South Water St.") 
Elevated railroad structures within the extended street 
lines of Fork av. and N. Holden ct. : requirement for 
rearrangement. (This is part of the project for the 
widening and improvement of South Water st. See 
"Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co." under the 
heading "South Water st.") 
Paving, from Pine av. to N. Austin boul. Ordinance, 

Passed '2101 

Sidewalk, from N .Kedzie av. to N. Central Park av. (n. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 648 

Sidewalks, from N. Talman av. to N. Kedzie av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 1226 

Sidewalks, from N. Western av. to N. Talman av. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 1226 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Use of part of the roadway, between N. Michigan av. and 
Beaubien ct. (See "First Ward, etc." under the head- 
ing "Bureau of Streets".) 
Lake View av. : Sewer, from Diversey parkway to Arling- 
ton pi. (See "Sewer, from Lawrence av. to Broadway, 
etc." under the heading "Clifton av.") 
Lake View Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping stations" 

under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Lake View State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Lake View Swedish Baptist Church : Bulletin boards in 

parkway. Order, Passed 864 

Lake View Trust and Savings Bank. Deposits of City 
funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Lally, Margaret: Sign. Order, Passed 1546 

Lalongas, George : Maintenance of building. Order, 

Passed 2038 

Lambert Tree Medal. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Fire Department" or under the heading "Police, 
Department of".) 
Lambeth, Wm. O. : Removal of building. Order, to 

Bldgs .1364 

Passed 1485 

Lambrose, John : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

La Mode Beauty Parlor: Sign. Order, Passed 1005 

Lamon av. : 

Filling station, at s. e. cor. of W. Division st. : permission 

for erection and maintenance. Order, Passed. . . .1701 

Paving, from Fullerton av. to Diversey a v., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connections in the street and in N. 
Lavergne av.). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. 

and to S. & A 684-91 

Ordinance, Passed 1259 

(Journal corrected, pp. 939-40.) 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Fullerton av., Alt- 
geld st, Nevada St., Wrightwood av., Drummond pi., 
Schubert av., Parker av. and Diversey av. (See the 
notations under "Paving, from Fullerton av. to Di- 
versey av., etc.", above.) 

Landeker, Lloyd, M. : Claim. Order, Passed . .96-7 

Landis Planing Mill: Shed. Order, Passed 53 

Landlords and tenants : 

Council committee on high rents. (See the heading "High 
Costs and High Rents, Committee on".) 



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1922-23 



Landlords and tenants : 

Fire-limits areas : in the matter of the temporary removal 
of the limitations on certain types of buildings, to 
relieve the housing shortage. (See the notations 
under "Fire-limit areas" under the heading "Build- 
ings".) 
Shortage of houses. (See under the heading "Buildings".) 

Lang, C. F. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1319 

Passed 1486 

Lange (Chas.) & Bros. Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 169 

Lange & Felius : Claim. To Finance 1869 

Lange, Mrs. G. : Claim. To Finance 1700 

Lange, M. : Claim. To Finance 1008 

Lansing av. : Water supply pipe, from Forest Glen av. to 

48 ft. northwesterly. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Lapenda, George : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order. 

Passed 1312 

Lapenda, (George) & Co. : Tapping of water supply pipe. 

Order, Passed 1411 

Lapenz, A. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order. 

Passed 1029 

Lapkoff & Branson: Sign. Order, Passed 1873 

Lapping, Harry l 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Laracco, John : Claim. Order, Passed 96 

Laramie av. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Wabansia av. (See 

the notations under "Paving, from N. Laramie av. 

to N. Long av., etc." under the heading "Wabansia 

av.") 

"Through traffic street", from W. Washington boul. to 

W. North av. Ordinance, Passed 994-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1180 

Water and air stand in parkway, at Nos. 418-20 N. (See 

under the heading "Hetzel, C. B.") 
Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 52nd st. Or- 
der, Passed 259 

Water supply pipe, from Argyle st. to Foster av. Or- 
der, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from W. 52nd st. to 84 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Larkin, F. P. : Address before the Council in connection 

with Field Day Sports of the Dept. of Police. Noted. 1052 
Larkin, John J. : Removal and maintenance of building. 

Order, to Bldgs 34 

Larsen, John H. : Driveway, (permission to John H. Lar- 

sen and Fred L. Greisz). Order, Passed 1550 

Las, John: Alterations in building. Order, Passed. . . .1226 

La Salle st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 

Canopy at Nos. 323-33 S. (See under the heading "Web- 
ster Building Corp., The".) 

Drains, between W. 120th st. and W. 121st .st. : permis- 
sion to lay, on payment of one fee, etc. Order, 
Passed 2191 

Filling station at Nos. 601-3 N. : permission for operation. 

Order, Passed 1018 

Ornamental bases of granite columns, north of Jackson 
boul. (w. side). (See under the heading "Federal 
Reserve Bank of Chicago".) 

Pipes under and across the. street, north of W. Van Bu- 
ren st. (See under the heading- "Illinois Maintenance 
Co.") 

Sidewalks, from W. North av. to W. Division st. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 1229 

Order (directing temporary stoppage of the 
work) , Passed 1473 

Stairways connecting upper and lower levels of W. South 
Water st. (See the ordinance providing for the im- 
provement of South Water st., noted under the head- 
ing "South Water St.") 

"Through traffic street", from W. Ohio st. to Lincoln 

Park. Ordinance, Passed 994-5 

Report of newspaper publication, See 1180 

Widening of the street : appropriation for preliminary ex- 
pense. See 2263 



LaSalle st. : 

Widening of the street, from W. Washington st. to W. 

Austin av. Ordinance, to S. £ A 2090 

Filed 2137 

Come. (Pres., B. L. I.), to S. & A 2160 

Filed 2356 

Widening of the street, from W. Washington st. to Eu- 
genie st. Recom., Est. and Ordinance, to S. & A. 1868 

Recommitted to B. L. I. (with instructions to 
submit an ordinance providing for the widening of 

the street from W. Austin av. to Eugenie st.) 1986 

Widening of the street, from W. Washington st. to Lin- 
coln Park (including the construction of a bridge 
across the Chicago River). Come. ("Chicago Plan" 

Comn.), Pub. and to S. <C- A 1429 

To B. L. 1 1680 

Lasharr, Jos. : Claim. Order, Passed . ! 560 

Lashkovitz, L. : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Laske, Frank : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to G., 

O. & E. L 1475 

Filed .' 1864 

Lasker Iron Works : 

Condenser tanks: sale to the City. Order, Passed. .. .1969 

Manhole covers: sale to the City. Order, Passed 1971 

Municipal Reduction Plant : repairs to Scrubber Building. 

Order, Passed 93 

Stack : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1328 

Storage tank: sale to the City. Order, Passed 1971-2 

La Starge, Joseph : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 264 

, Passed 672 

Lathrop-Paulson Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1314 

Laton, Joseph : Sleeping porch. Order, Passed 1545 

Latosea, John : Completion of porch. Order, to Bldgs. 233 

Passed 893 

Latrobe av. : 

Drains, between W. North av. and Bloomingdale av., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 1916 

Paving, from W. North av. to Bloomingdale av. (See 
"Paving, from N. Laramie av. to N. Long av., etc." 
under the heading "Wabansia av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Wabansia av. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Laramie av. 
to N. Long av., etc." under the heading "Wabansia 
av.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water service pipes, between W. North av. and Bloom- 
ingdale av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed. .1880 

Lattich, G. : Claim. Order, Passed 622-3 

Launches. (See the heading "Vessels".) 

Launder, Walter D. : Claim. To Finance 1683 

Laundries : Vehicles used for the collection and delivery 
of laundry : license period changed to expire on the 31st 
day of December of each year ; provision that applicants 
for licenses for 1923 shall pay only three-fourths of the 

annual license fee. Ordinance, Passed 2106 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2346 

Lavergne av. : 

Drains, between Dickinson av. and Belle Plaine av., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 2042-3 

Drains, between Montrose av. and Sunnyside av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 2097-8 

Opening of the street, between Armitage av. and W. 

Grand av. Ordinance, Passed 1886 

Paving, from Sunnyside av. to Montrose av. Ordinance. 

Passed 1996-7 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Nevada av. (See the 

notations under "Paving, from Fullerton av. to Di- 

versey av., etc." under the heading "Lamon av.") 

Street sign posts (ornamental) in the parkway, between 

* Windsor av. and Wilson av. (See under the heading 

"Windsor La Vergne Bungalow Assn.") 
Water supply pipe, from Montrose av. to Agatite av. 

Order, Passed 292-3 

Laviolette. F. : Sigu. Order, Passed 120 

Law av. : Vacation of the street. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 

taw, Department of: 

Appropriations (annual) . See 21225-8 

Appropriations (supplementary) . See 731 

City Attorney : payment for remodeling of office (Ralph 

II. Simpson Co.) . Order, Passed 1371 



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97 



Law, Department of: 
Employes : 

Chief Investigator : supplementary appropriation for 

employment. Ordinance, Passed 731 

Report of newspaper publication. See .... 942-3 
City Attorney, Assistant : supplementary appropria- 
tion for employment. Ordinance, Passed.... 731 
Report of newspaper publication. See.... 942-3 
Corporation Counsel, Assistant : supplementary ap- 
propriation for employment. Ordinance, 

Passed 731 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 942-3 
Corporation Counsels, assistant : authority for em- 
ployment. Order, Passed 1748 

Investigator : supplementary appropriation for em- 
ployment. Ordinance, Passed 731 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 942-3 
Law clerk : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 1748 

Experts, special counsel, etc. : 

Appropriations for salaries, etc. (See the appro- 
priations for the Department of Law, noted 
above.) 
Ordinance (repealing the ordinance, passed May 3, 
1920, fixing rates of compensation of certain 
special counsel and real estate experts in trac- 
tion litigation) (referred July 8, 1921, pp. 708- 

9, Filed . 25 

Ordinance (repealing the ordinance, passed May 3, 
1920, fixing rates of compensation of certain 
special counsel and an engineer in telephone- 
rate litigation) (referred July 8, 1921, p. 709), 

Filed 25 

Resolution (directing an investigation of payments 
made to the Adams-Beatty-Francois Corp.), 

Adopted 474 

(Journal corrected, p. 521.) 
Order (directing the institution of suits against the 
Adams-Beatty-Francois Corp. for the recovery 
of alleged illegal payments of money by the City), 

Passed 643-4 

Order (authorizing the employment of assistant cor- 
poration counsels and a law clerk in connection 
with the widening of certain streets), Passed.. 731 
Ordinance (making supplementary appropriations for 
the employment of sundry experts, special coun- 
sel, etc. ) . Passed 731 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 942-3 
Order (authorizing the employment of special counsel 

in connection with street improvements), Passed 174S 
Opinions of the Corporation Counsel : 

Printing and binding of opinions : appropriation for 

the work. See '2226 

Publishing of opinions : authority for certain ex- 
penditures prior to the passage of the annual 
Appropriation Bill for 1923. Order, Passed. .1859 

Publishing of opinions : supplementary appropriation 

for payment. Ordinance, Passed 731 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 942-3 

Right of the City to own and operate motor buses, 

to authorize private owners to operate same, and 

to use the "traction funds" for the establishment 

of such lines. Opinion. Pub. and to Local 

Trans 920-5 

Quarters of the department (City Attorney's office) : pay- 
ment for alterations to provide space for the Boiler 

Inspector (D. H. Doyle). Order, Passed 1153-4 

Settlements of lawsuits, etc. : 

Report (April, 1922), Filed 64 

Report (May, 1922), Filed 290 

Report (June, July, Aug., Sept. and Oct., 1922), 

Filed 1267 

Report (Nov., 1922), Filed 1429 

Report (Dec, 1922), Filed 1640 

Report (Jan., 1923), Filed 1772-3 

Report (Feb., 1923). Filed 2009 

Report (Mar., 1923). Filed 2346 

Special counsel employed by a particular department or 
bureau. (See under the subhead "Employes", under 
the name of such department or bureau.) 
Suit of W. F. Cummings vs. City of Chicago: demand 
and notice with reference to a judgment. Come. 
(Carpenter. Brannan & Reynolds), Pub. and to Fin- 
ance 19 30 



Law, Department of: 

Suits or proceedings concerning compensation for the use 
of space under streets, alleys, etc. : authority for ad- 
justment of certain unpaid claims of the City by the 
Corporation Counsel. Resolution, to Railroads.. 240 

Adopted 586-7 

Suits pending against the City on account of the race 
riots : negotiations for the settlement of damage 

claims. Order, Passed 743 

Suits pending against the City wherein the Mayor is a 
party defendant : direction for payment of final judg- 
ments in an amount not exceeding $1,200. Order, 

to Finance 1869 

Passed ior>:{ 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

Lawanda, David : Signs. Order, Passed '. 1320 

Lawenda, David :• Driveway. Order, Passed 1320 

Lawler, Michael : Vacation of S. Bishop and Laflin sts. 
(See the notations under "Bishop st." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 

Lawndale Amusement Co. : Sign. Order, to Bldys 1358 

Passed i486 

Lawndale av. : 

Repair of the roadway, from Douglas boul. to Ogdeu av. 

Order, Passed 539 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from Irving Park boul. to 

Grace st. Order, Passed 2041 

Sewer, from Montrose av. to Agatite av., etc. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1879 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Switch track across the street, south of W. 33rd st. (See 
under "Commonwealth Edison Co." under the head- 
ing "Switch tracks".) 
Water meter at No. 1901 S. : removal. Order, to Fin- 
ance 1048 

Filed 1797 

Lawrence av. : 

Canopy at Nos. 1101-13. (See under the heading "Law- 
rence Trust".) 
Sewer (intercepting), across the street at Clifton av. 
(See "Intercepting sewer, etc." under the heading 
"Sanitary District of Chicago, The".) 
Sidewalk, from Sheridan road to Winthrop av. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 653 

Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 2022. (See under the 

heading "Century Tire & Vulcanizing Co.") 
Traffic signs. (See under the heading "TraflSc regula- 
tions".) 
Water supply pipe, from Manor av. to 360 ft. eastward. 

Order, Passed 64-5 

Lawrence Avenue Battery Station : Sign. Order (re- 
ferred Feb. 17, 1922. p. 2033), Filed : 31 

Lawrence Building Corporation : Driveway. Order. 

Passed 1° 29 

Lawrence Ice Cream Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Lawrence Trust: Canopy. Order, Passed 1767 

Lawson, E. J.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 846 

Passed 1255 

Lawsuits against the City of Chicago. (For general data, if 
any, see under "Suits" under the heading "Law, Depart- 
ment of". For lawsuits against particular officials, see 
under the names of such officials.) 

Lazarus, John: Storm entrance. Order, Passed 1357 

Leaf, Max: Platform in sidewalk space. Order, Passed. 2095 
Leamington av. : Water supply pipe, from Elston av. to 

145 ft. southwesterly. Order, Pass'ed 1062-5 

Leases of property authorized by the City Council. (See the 
various notations under the heading "City property, 
leases, etc."^ 

(For leases of portions of public streets and alleys 
authorized by the Committee on Railroads, In- 
dustries and Compensation, see under "Occupa- 
tion of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the 
heading "Streets".) 

Leavitt st. : 

Drains, between W. 91st st. and Weston pi., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 134 

Paving, from W. 103rd st. to W. 107th st. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 105th st. to W. 107th st., etc." under 
the heading "Oakley av.") 

Sewer, from W. 93rd st. to W. 92nd pi. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St.. etc." under the head- 
ing "Aberdeen St.") 



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Leavitt st. : 

Sidewalk, from W. 99tll st. to W. 101st st. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 500 

Water meter at No. 2311 S. : removal. Order, to Fin- 
ance 35 

Filed 624 

Second Order, Passed 1659-60 

Water supply pipe, from W. 91st st. to 300 ft. north of 

W. 90th st. Ordinance, Passed 500 

Water supply pipe, from W. 91st st. to 299 ft. north of 

W. 90th st. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from 265 ft. south of W. 91st st. to 

W. 94th st. Ordinance, Passed 1148 

Water supply pipe, from W. 103rd st. to W. 105th st. 

Order, Passed 1267-8 

Le Brun, H. : Maintenance of garage. Order, to Bldgs. 116 

Filed 226 

Lechem Loaniem Ladies Aid Society : Tag day. ( See under 

the heading "Tag days".) 
Leclaire av. : 

Drains, between W. North av. and Hirsch st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed , 135-6 

Paving, from Hirsch st. to W. North av. Ordinance, 

Passed 46 

Sidewalks, from W. Division st. to Thomas st. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 1150 

Sidewalk, from Pullerton av. to Medill av. (w. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 265 

Water meter at No. 616 N. : removal. Order, to Fin- 
ance 1150 

Filed ■ 1797 

Ledenbach, Nicholas: Vacation of N. Paulina st. (See 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Lederer, Samuel: Conduit. Order, to S. & A 2144 

Ledgerwood, A. J. : Maintenance of porch. Order, to 

Bldgs 1237 

Passed 893 

Lee, Attrus and Hattie : Settlement of claim against the 

City arising, out of the race riots. Order, Passed. .. .1624 

Lee, Dr. G. N. : Sign. Order, Passed 2190 

Lee, Henry W. : Employment as a consulting engineer in 
connection with the South Water st. improvement, and 

rate of compensation fixed. Order, Passed 733 

Lee, Hong : Sign. Order, Passed 1048 

Lee, Sam : Sign. Order, Passed 267 

Leffingwell, P. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 622 

Leffingwell's Mallard, Inc.: Canopy. Order, Passed. .1734-5 
Legislation, State. (See the heading "State legislation".) 
Legislature, State. (See "General Assembly" under the head- 
ing "Illinois, State of".) 

Lehigh Valley Sales Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 1070 

Lehmann (E. J.) Estate : Maintenance of columns in side- 
walk space. Order, Passed 1807 

Lehner, John: Maintenance of porch. Order, to Bldgs. 1412 

Passed 1611 

Lehon Company : Claim. Order, Passed 539 

Leimbrook & Wordsell Motor Co. : Sale of Ford automobiles 

to the City. Order, Passed 1394-5 

Leirn, (L.) & Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1409 

Lejcar, Joseph J.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1871 

Passed 2151-2 

Leland a v. : 

Canopy at No. 1148. (See under the heading "Hotel 

Plymouth Co.") 
Drains, between N. Central av. and N. Menard av., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 579 

Opening of the street, from Clarendon av. to Lake Mich- 
igan. Order, to B. L. 1 1993 

Paving, from N. Central av. to N. Major av., etc. (sys- 
tem ) . Ordinance, Passed 41 

Water service pipes, between N. Menard av. and N. Cen- 
tral av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 869 

Le Moyne st. : 

Paving, from N. Central av, to N. Austin av., etc. (sys- 
tem) (including sewer connections in the street and 

in Hirsch st.). Ordinance, Passed 273 

(Recommendation, estimate and ordinance pub- 
lished March 15, 1922, pp. :2238-45.) 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in. N. Central av., N. 
Parkside av., N. Waller av. and N. Massasoit av. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from N. Central 
av. to N. Austin av., etc.", above.) 
Sidewalks, from N. Laramie av. to N. Central av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 1241 

Lencloni, Julius: Driveways. Order, Passed 1305 



Lentz (Charles N.) Dairy Co.: Claim. To Finance ....1803 
Leonard Engraving Works : Payment for 1921 vehicle li- 
cense tags. Order, Passed 713 

Lerman, Benjamin: Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Lerner, Joseph F. : Claim. To Finance 1803 

Lesak, S. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, Passed 254 
Leschen (A.) & Sons Co. : Sale of guy rope and wire rope 

clips to the City. Order, Passed 553 

Leska, R. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 584 

Passed 893 

Lessin, John: Claim. Order, Passed 1126 

Le Starge, Joseph : Porch and sun parlor. Order, to 

Bldgs 1149-50 

Passed 1332 

Lettiere, John: Driveways. Order, Passed 1034 

Letts, William : In the matter of the membership of the 

Ku Klux Klan. Come, to K. K. K. Irw. Oom 1713 

Levee, George B. : 

Contract for catering concession on the Municipal Pier 
during the seasons of 1923 to 1927. Come, from 
the Harbor Board (transmitting bids and recommend- 
ing the awarding of contract), Pub. and to Railroads.2066 

Order (awarding the contract), Passed 12203-4 

Proposal for the privilege of conducting the catering con- 
cession on the Municipal Pier during the seasons of 

1922 to 1926. Bid, to Railroads 605 

Rejected 820 

Levell, John: Addition to building. Order, Passed. . . .1241 

Amended 1320 

Levin Bros.: Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Levin, I. : Claim. To Finance 1888 

Levinson, H. A. : Sign. Order, Passed 1407 

Leviton, N. S. : Sign. Order, Passed 1140 

Levy, David : Driveway. Order, Passed 1144-5 

Levy (James) Motor Co. : Claim (presented as claim of 

Margaret Vinter) . Order, Passed 1656 

Levy, Mark : Payment for services rendered the City as a 
real estate expert in street improvement matters. Or- 
der, Passed 48-9 

Levy, Sam: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1137 

Passed 1332 

Lewandowski, Stanley: Driveways. Order, Passed.... 646 

Lewi, Julius : Driveways. Order, Passed 865 

Lewis, Frank : Driveway. Order, Passed 1227 

Lewis (Frank S.), Inc.: 

Obstructions in N. Hoyne av. : direction for removal. 

Order, Passed 881 

Pipes. Ordinance, to S. & A 496 

Filed 843 

Lewis, Mile.: Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Lexington st. : Resurfacing of the street, from S. Spring- 
field av. to Independence boul. Order, Passed 242 

Amended 855-6 

Liberal League : Request for opening of the Municipal 
Lodging House for the accommodation of the unemployed 

and destitute. Come, to Finance 1060 

"Liberty Bell" : Request for exhibition at the Pageant of 

Progress Exposition. Resolution, Adopted 861-12 

Liberty Dairy Products Co.: Shed. Order, Passed 169-70 

Liberty Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Library, Chicago Public: 

Appointment of members to the board of directors. (See 
under the heading "Appointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2295 

Branch library station on E. 112th st., between S. Mich- 
igan and Edbrooke avs. : protest against establish- 
ment, and request for the choosing of a more, suitable 
site. Resolution, Adopted 1358 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading "Tax- 
ation and taxes".) 

Tax fund for the support of the Library. (For data, if 
any, see under the heading "Finance".) 

Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 

Vehicles owned or operated by the library : exemption 
from the provision for payment of a vehicle tax ; 
name of agency required to be painted on vehicles; 
provision for furnishing license plates and their af- 
fixing to vehicles. Report of newspaper publica- 
tion. See 64 

(Ordinances passed March 29, 1922, p. 2377, and 
April 12, 1922, pp. 2443-4.) 



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INDEX 



99 



Library (Chicago Public) Tax Fund. 
"Finance".)' 



(See under the heading 



Library, Municipal Reference: 

(See also the heading "Statistics, Bureau of".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2218 

Bills (pending or hereafter introduced in the General 
Assembly) affecting the City of Chicago : direction for 
obtaining for distribution to proper Council Commit- 
tees. Order, Passed 1702 

Library assistant (principal) : increase in salary rate. 

Order, Passed 737-8 

Report of the Chicago Traction and Subway Commission 
(Dec. 15, 1916) : authority for sale of surplus copies. 
Ordinance, Passed 540-1 

License Bureau: 

Appropriation for payment of salaries. Ordinance, 

Passed 22 

Amended 732 

Reports of newspaper publication. See. . . . 

179, 942-3 

Furniture and office equipment : authority for purchase 
(Marshall Field & Co.). Order, Reconsidered and 

to Finance 60 

Filed 623 

Supervision of the Bureau : Chairman of the Commission 
on Revenue given supervision of the Bureau. Or- 
dinance, Passed 22-3 

License, Committee on: Appropriation (annual). See.... 2223 

License, Department of: 

Appropriation (annual). See 2224, 2317 

Creation of the department : personnel specified ; duties of 

superintendent outlined. Ordinance, Passed. .. .113-14 

Amended 238-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See.. 599-600 
Employes : 

License inspectors : authority for employment. Or- 
ders, Passed 732-3, 1405 

License Investigators : authority for employment. 

Orders, Passed 1069, 1967 

License investigators : limitation in number to be em- 
ployed prior to the passage of the annual Ap- 
propriation Bill for 1923. Ordinance, (for 

Jan., 1923), Passed 1622 

Amendment, to Finance 1683 

Ordinance (for Feb., 1923) , Passed 1717 

Amended 1786 

Ordinance (for Mar., 1923), Passed 1857 

Sundry employes : payment of salaries. Order, 

Passed 218 

Superintendent : duties defined. Ordinance (see 

Sec. 4), Passed 86 

Operating expenses of the department. Ordinance 

(appropriating $135,900 for the year 1922), Passed 86 

Amended 239, 732 

Reports of newspaper publication. See 

289, 599-600, 942-3 

Ordinance (appropriating $15,164.35 for the 

month of May, 1922), Passed 114 

Amended 732 

Reports of newspaper publication. See 

....289, 94K-3 

Order (authorizing expenditures for the month 

of June, 1922) , Passed 474-5 

Order (authorizing expenditures for the months 

of July, Aug., Sept., Oct. and Nov., 1922), Passed.. 733 

Order (authorizing expenditures for the month 

of Dec, 1922), Passed 1302 

Amended 1405 

Order (authorizing payment of salaries to March 
31, 1923), Passed 2133 

License regulations (general) : 

(For items concerning particular subjects, see under 
the respective headings.) 
Applications for licenses : direction for necessary changes 
in The Chicago Municipal Code of 1922 to provide that 
applications for all licenses, insofar as can lawfully be 
done, shall be made to the City Collector. Order, 
Patted 21 



License regulations (general): 

Bonds required in connection with licenses. (For data, 
if any, see the various notations under the heading 
"Bonds and bond issues".) 
Delinquent licensees : direction for withholding grants of 
special privileges from persons delinquent in the pay- 
ment of license fees. Order, Passed 2000 

Expiration dates on annual licenses : direction for chang- 
ing, in The Chicago Municipal Code of 1922, of the 
expiration dates on all annual licenses so that they 
will expire either on April 30th or December 31st. 

Order, Passed 21 

Investigation of all matters in connection with the is- 
suance of licenses, etc. : appropriation for the work. 

See 705 

Investigation of license matters by the Civil Service Com- 
mission : authority for expenditures. Order, 

Passed 216-17 

Lichtenstein, I. O. : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Lieberman, M. : Claim. To Finance 1913 

Liebman, A. J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1324 

Liepe, Edward E. : Driveways. Orders, Passed. .1310, 1410 
Liepe, Mary : Removal and maintenance of building. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 491 

Passed 823 

Life guards. (For data, if any, see under "Employes" under 
the heading "Parks, Public Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Life insurance. (See the heading "Insurance".) 
Lifts in sidewalk space. (See under the respective streets and 
alleys, and under the names of particular individuals, etc. 
For miscellaneous data, see under "Occupation of streets, 
alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the heading "Streets".) 

Light (J. C.) Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1240 

Lilly, L. E. : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to (?., 

O. & E. h 1547 

Filed 1864 

Limbert (George B.) & Co. : Sale of iron pipe to the City. 

Order, Passed 1794-5 

Limestone Products Co. : Sale of limestone dust to the 

City. Order, Passed 13127-8 

Uncock, August : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 254 

Lincoln Auto Garage : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, 

to (?., O. <t E. L.. 1808 

Filed 1864 

Lincoln a v. : 

Canopy at No. 3412. (See under the heading "Wolff, 

Jacob".) 
Fence obstructing alley in rear of premises No. 3220 : di- 
rection for removal. Order, Passed 578 

Repair of the roadway, from Roscoe st. to Racine av. 

Order (referred Feb. 17, 1922, p. 2032), Filed 1797 

Lincoln Park Commissioners. (See under the heading "Parks 

and boulevards".) 
Lincoln State Bank of Chicago : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 

and banking".) 
Vacation of an alley in C. H. Walker's Sub. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Lincoln st. : 

Paving, from W. Roosevelt road to W. 14th st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 35 

Sewers, from Diversey parkway to Nelson st., etc. (sys- 
tem) (suppl. spec, asses.). Ordinance, Passed. .1050 
Water supply pipe, from W. 118th st. to W. 119th st. 

Order, Passed 1739 

Water supply pipe, from W, 78th st. to W. 79th st. Or- 
der, Passed 2198 

Lincoln Turn Verein, The: Canopy. Order, Passed 2195 

Lind av. : 

Water supply pipe, from 164 ft. north of Rogers av. to 

132 ft. northwesterly. Order, Passed 106S-5 

Water supply pipe, from 304 ft. north of Rogers av. to 

96 ft. northwesterly. Order, Passed rm-o 

Lindeman, H. : Shed. Order, to Bldgs 263 

Passed 1381 

Lindenschmidt, Anthony : Driveway. Order, Passed. . . . 135 
Linder av. : 

Baseball park at W. North av. : rebuilding of grandstand 

and fence. Order, Passed 263 

Drains, between Addison st. and Waveland av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed !812 



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1922-23 



Linder av. : 

Paving, from Grace st. to Irving Park boul. (See "Pav- 
ing, from N. Laramie av. to N. Central av., etc." 
under the heading "Byron st.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Dakin St., Byron 
st., Berenice av. and Grace st. (See the notations 
under "Paving, from N. Laramie av. to N. Central 
av., etc." under the heading "Byron st.") 
Water service pipes, between Addison st. and Waveland 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1870 

Water supply pipe, from Waveland av. to 92 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Lindgren, Laurence: Claim. To Finance 990 

Link-Belt Co. : 

Apron conveyor: sale to the City. Order, Passed. .. .1724-!) 
Bridge material (sundry) : sale to the City for the Mich- 
igan av. bridge. Order, Passed 535 

Bucket elevator: sale to the City. Order, Passed. . . .1973 

Conveyor at the Municipal Reduction Plant : contract 

for repair. Order, Passed 1795 

Link, Frank J.: Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

Linseed oil. (See the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 

Linzer, Nicholas : Driveways. Order, Passed 1044 

Lippe, L. : Claim. To Finance 1303 

Liquors. (See the heading "Beverages".) 

Lisching, Jacob : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Lishner, S. : Claim. To Finance 1803 

Liske, Leo P. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Little, Thos. F. : Driveway. Order, Passed 42-3 

Little Wanderer Association: Tag day. (See under the 
heading "Tag days".) 

Live stock. (See the heading "Animals".) 

Live Stock Exchange National Bank of Chicago, The : De- 
posits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and 
banking".) 

Live Stock Exhibition, Annual International : Endorsement 
of the exhibition by the City Council. Resolution, 
Adopted 1479 

Livingston Baking Co. : Driveway. Order, to S. <C- A . . 1229 
Passed 1388-9 

Loading platform (bulkheads) in sidewalk space. (See under 
the respective streets and alleys, and under the names 
of particular individuals, etc. For miscellaneous data, 
see under "Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." 
under the heading "Streets".) 

Loading stations for garbage, etc. (For general data, if any, 
see under the heading "Garbage and waste." For par- 
ticular stations see under the heading "Streets, Bureau 
of".) 

Loading zones. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Traffic regulations".) 

Lobel, Conrad : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Local improvements. (For general data, if any, see the head- 
ings "Public improvements" and "Special assessments, 
special taxation, etc." For improvements in particular 
streets and alleys, see under the names of the particular 
streets, etc. ) 

Local improvements, Board of: 

Appointment of members to the board. (See under the 
heading "Appointments".) 

Appropriations (annual) . See 

2259-70, 2296, 2302-11, 2318-19 

Ashland av. improvement. (See under "Widening and 
extension of the street from Pratt boul. to W. 95th 
St." under the heading "Ashland av.") 

Assessment rolls filed in Court. Reports, Filed 

5, 66, 183, 

295, 525, 605, 684, 949, 1066, 1183, 1270, 1394, 1432, 
1500, 1642, 1778, 1827, 1901, 1932, 2012, 2066, 2160 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special funds, 
miscellaneous", under the heading "Finance".) 

"Boulevard connecting link". (See "Michigan av. boule- 
vard connecting link" under the heading "Parks and 
boulevards".) 

"Chicago Plan" : printing in book form ( Severinghaus 

Printing Co.) . Order. Passed 1171 



Local improvements, Board of: 

Contemplated improvements : direction for submission of 

a bi-weekly report. Order, Passed 114-1 

Employes : 

Attorneys (regular) for the board : appropriations 

for salaries. (See the appropriations for the 

Department of Law.) 

Attorneys (special) for the board. (For data, if 

any, see "Experts, special counsel, etc." below.) 

Clerk (junior) : increase in salary rate. Order, 

Passed 1165 

Clerk (senior) : authority for employment in lieu of 

a junior clerk. Order, to Finance 2362 

(Journal corrected May 2, 1923, pp. 107-8.) 
Draftsman (map) : increase in salary rate. Or- 
der, Passed 1165 

Draftsmen (engineering) : increase in salary rate. 

Order, Passed 1165 

Engineer (junior) : increase in salary rate. Order, 

Passed 124s 

Experts, special counsel, etc. (Ashland av. improve- 
ment) : 

Order (authorizing payment of compensation 
to C. W. Davidson as a building ex- 
pert) , Passed 731 

Experts, special counsel, etc. ("boulevard connecting 
link" case) : 

Order (authorizing payment of bills of James 
Mesce for services as a building expert). 

Passed 162.', 

Order (authorizing payment of bills of Felix 
Babbage for examining abstracts and 

real estate transactions), Passed 2367 

Experts, special counsel, etc. (miscellaneous improve- 
ments) : 

Appropriations for salaries, etc. (See the 
appropriations for the Board of Local 
Improvements, noted above.) 
Order (authorizing the employment of real 
estate, rent and building experts, and a 
consulting engineer, and fixing rates of 
compensation) (referred Aug. 3. 1921, 

pp. 1005-7) , Filed 25 

Order (authorizing the payment of certain 
experts, special counsel and engineers, 
the employment of eight in lieu of six 
real estate experts during the months 
of Jan. and Feb., 1922, and prohibiting 
the employment, without Council au- 
thority, of any experts, special counsel 
and engineers in excess of those provided 
for in the annual Appropriation Bill), 

Passed 48-9 

Order (authorizing payment of commission- 
ers' fees for services in connection with 
the widening of certain streets), 

Passed .1218-19 

Resolution (requesting reconsideration of a 
ruling of the Dept. of Internal Revenue, 
exempting payment of income tax on 
fees paid by the City to certain real 
estate and building experts), to Finance 99S 

Adopted 1246 7 

Order (authorizing the employment of real 

estate and building experts), Passed. .1860 
Order (authorizing payment of commission- 
ers' fees in connection with the improve- 
ment of Clinton, Jefferson, Polk, Taylor, 
Desplaines and 22nd sts. and Indiana 

av.), Passed 2027 

Order (authorizing employment of assistant 
corporation counsels and a law clerk in 
connection with the improvement, of 
Desplaines, Jefferson, Clinton. Polk. 
Taylor and W. 22nd sts. and Indiana 

av.) , Passed 2163 

Experts, special counsel, etc. (Ogdeu av. exten- 
sion) : 

Order (authorizing payment of hill of E. W. 
Sproul Co. for services as building ex- 
perts). Passed 734 



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101 



Local improvements, Board of: 
Employes : 

Experts, special counsel, etc. (South Water st. im- 
provement) : 

Order (authorizing employment of Henry W. 
Lee as a consulting engineer, and fixing 

rate of compensation). Passed 733 

Order (authorizing payment of services of 

real estate men as witnesses), Passed '.1721 
Order (authorizing payment for services of 

witnesses) , Passed 1859-60 

Experts, special counsel, etc. (Western av. improve- 
ment) : 

Order (authorizing payment of bill of E. W. 
Sproul Co. for services as building ex- 
perts), Passed 734-5 

Order (authorizing employment of law 

clerks) , Passed 2163 

Law clerk and special assessment examiner, law clerk 
and stenographer, and four law clerks : appro- 
priations for salaries. (See the appropriations 
for the Department of Law.) 
Paving inspectors : limitation in number to be em- 
ployed prior to the passage of the annual Ap- 
propriation Bill for 1923. Ordinance (for 

Jan., 1923) , Passed 1622 

Ordinance (for Feb.. 1923), Passed 1717 

Amended 1786 

Ordinance (for Mar., 1923), Passed 1857 

Michigan a v. "boulevard connecting link"'. (See under 

the heading "Parks and boulevards".) 
Office space in buildings : 

Order (authorizing renewal of lease of Rooms 437 

to 443, Stock Exchange Bldg.). Passed 1748 9 

Order (authorizing lease of space on the 6th floor of 

the Andrews Bldg.). Passed 1963 

Order (authorizing lease of Room 1466, Conway 

Bldg) , Passed 1963 

Ogden av. improvement. (See under "Extension of the 
street from Union Park to Lincoln Park" under the 
heading "Ogden av.") 
Pageant of Progress Exposition : authority for sundry ex- 
penditures for exhibits at the exposition. Order, 

Passed 733-4 

(Journal corrected, pp. 939-40.) 
Pavement at N. Crawford and Devon aves : payment for 

restoration. Order, Passed 735 

Robey st. improvement. (See under "Widening and ex- 
tension of the street from Montrose av. to W. 87th 
st." under the heading "Robey St.") 
South Water st. improvement. (See under "Widening of 
the street, etc." under the heading "South Water 

St.") 

Transfers of funds. ( Sec under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Western av. improvement. (See under "Widening of the 

street, etc." under the heading "Western av.") 
Zinc etchings for drawings in connection with the South 

Water st. improvements : authority for purchase 

(.Tahn & Oilier Co. i . Order, Passed 539 

Local transportation : 

(For other matters concerning local transportation, 
see the headings "Elevated railroads", "Rail- 
roads", "Street railways", "Subways, pas- 
senger", "Public utilities'' and "Vehicles".) 
"Comprehensive Ordinance" providing for municipal oper-_ 
ation and ownership of local transportation facilities. 
(See "Municipal operation, etc.", below.) 
Municipal construction of elevated, surface and subway 
lines : appropriation of $2,500,000 for the work. 

See 2296 

Municipal operation and ownership of local transporta- 
tion facilities proposed by the Com. on Local Trans- 
portation (including "Schwartz plan"). Report of 
the Com. on Local Transportation (including a re- 
port and opinion of Attys. Wm. IL Sexton, Stephen 
A. Foster and Jerome N. Frank ; draft of "Compre- 
hensive ordinance"; etc.), Pub. and Deferred. .. .754-813 
(Journal corrected, pp. 939-40.) 
Motion (authorizing Fhe printing of ten thou- 
sand copies of the report, together with the "Thomp- 
son plan") , Carried 813 

Report, Filed 2149 



Local transportation: 

Municipal ownership and operation of motorbus lines. 
Come, from the Mayor (recommending the purchase 
of motor buses with moneys in the "traction funds"), 

Pub. and to Local Trans 900 

Opinions of the Corp. Counsel (regarding the 
right of the City to own and operate motor buses, 
to authorize private owners to operate same, and to 
use the "traction funds" for the establishment of 

such lines), Pub. and to Local Trans 920-5 

Ordinance (providing for submission to a refer- 
endum vote of the question of appropriating $3,- 
000,000 from the "traction funds" for the purchase 

of motor buses) , to Local Trans 927 

"Schwartz plan" for municipal operation and ownership 
of local transportation facilities. (See "Municipal 
operation, etc.", above.) 
Local Transportation, Committee on: 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2220 

Appropriations (supplementary). See 736 

Investigations and studies : authority for payment of 
operating expenses pending the passage of the Ap- 
propriation Bill for 1923. Order, Passed 1749 

Traffic control signals: authority for installation of under- 
ground wiring and standards for a test system. 

Order, Passed 87 

Weights and sizes of vehicles and their loads : direction 
for reference of matters before the Committee to the 
Com. on Efficiency, Economy and Rehabilitation. 

Order, Passed 572 

Lochiow, Victoria: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1151 

Passed 1381 

Lockefer, R. C. : Claim. Order, Passed 1070 

Lockport st. : Vacation of the street. (See under the 

heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Lockwood av. : 

Filling in of the street, from Archer av. to W. 55th st. 

Order, Passed 1814 

Paving, from Grace st. to Irving Park boul. (See "Pav- 
ing, from N. Laramie av. to N. Central av.. etc." 
under the heading "Byron St.") 
Paving, from W. North av. to Bloomingdale av. (See 
"Paving, from N. Laramie av. to N. Long av., etc." 
under the heading "Wabansia av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Dakin St., Byron 
st. and Berenice av. (See the notations under "Pav- 
ing, from N. Laramie av. to N. Central av., etc." 
under the heading "Byron st.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Wabansia av. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Laramie av. 
to N. Long av., etc." under the heading "Wabansia 
av.") 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Carmen av. 

Order. Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from Carmen av. to 195 ft. north of 

Argyle st. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Carmen av. to Winnemac av. 

Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from Winnemac av. to 83 ft. south- 
ward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Winnemac av. 

Order, Passed 1774-6 

Locomobile Co., The: Claim. To Finance 1730 

Lodging House, Municipal. (See under the heading "Public 

Welfare, Department of".) 
Lodging houses. (See the heading "Hotels, etc.") 
Loeb Brothers : 

Claim. Filed 624 

Claim. To Finance 1686 

Loeb, S. E. : Gasoline- tank and pump. Order, to G., 

O. & E. L 1683 

Filed 1864 

Loehner, Margaret J.: Claim. Filed 1209-10 

Loesch, Charles F. : Vacation of Law av. and an adjacent 
alley. (See the notations under "Law av." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Loewenthal Co., The : Claim. To Finance 1360 

Logan Square Congregation Shaare Zedek : Use of wooden 

sash in church building. Order, Passed 263 

Logan Square Electric Co. : Sign in parkway. Order, 
Passed !88l 



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Logan Square Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City 
funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Lohmeier, F. : 

Claim. Order, Passed • ■ 561 

Claim. To Finance 1733 

Lomax Co., The: Vacation of Oswego st. (See under the 

heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Lombard, Village of : Presentation of confiscated revolvers 
to the police department of the village by the City of 

Chicago. Order, Passed 2164 

London and Lancashire Indemnity Co. of America : Drive- 
way. Order, Passed' 113 

Long av. : 

Pilling in of the street, from Archer av. to W. 54th st. 

Order, Passed 1236 

Paving, from Grace st. to Irving Park boul. Ordinance, 

Passed 41-2 

Paving, from Montrose av. to Irving Park boul. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1031 

Paving, from Montrose av. to Windsor av. Ordinance, 

Passed 2098 

Sewers, from Belmont av. to Diversey av., etc. (system.) 

Ordinance, Passed 502 

Sewers, from Belmont av. to Oakdale av., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 1480 

Street-name sign at n.e. cor. of W. Ohio st. Order, 

Passed 2047 

Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
Water supply pipe, from W. Division st. to Kamerling 

av. Order, Passed 64-5 

Water supply pipe, from W. 54th st. to W. 55th st. 

Order, Passed 1815 

Longwood drive ; 

Closing of the street to traffic, between W. 95th st. 

and W. 97th st. Order, Passed . 662 

Drains, between W. 107th st. and W. 115th st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1042 

Paving, from W. 107th st. to W. 114th pi. Ordinance, 

Passed 1042 

"Through traffic street", from W. 95th st. to W. 111th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1303-4 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1393 

Water service pipes, between W. 107th st. and W. 115th 

st. Ordinance, Passed 1042 

Loomis st. : 

Boulevarding of the street. (See under "South Park 
Commissioners" under the heading "Parks and boule- 
vards".) 
Building at No. 1846 : permission for maintenance. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1871 

Passed 2152 

Church building at No. 6801 : permission for maintenance. 

Order, Passed 259 

Drains, between W. 103rd st. and W. 104th St., etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 876 

Drains, between W. 74th st. and W. 77th st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1818 

Paving, from W. 103rd st. to W. 104th St., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connection in Charles St.). 
Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Recommitted to B. L. I.. 104 
(Recom., Est. and Ordinance published 
April 12, 1922, pp. 2403-9, and Journal cor- 
rected p. 1.) 
Second Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 

8. & A 203-9 

Ordinance, Passed 913 

Resurfacing of the street, from W. 87th st. to W. 93rd 

st. Order, Passed 1739-40 

Sewer, from W. 108th st. to W. 107th st. (See "Sewer, 
from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., etc." under the 
heading "One hundredth seventy St.") 
Sewer, from W. 115th st. to alley first south of W. 112th 
pi. (See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy 
av., etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh 

St.") 

Sewer, from W. 74th st. to 480 ft. south. Ordinance, 

Passed 1318-1© 

Sewer, from 300 ft. north of W. 77th st. to 40 ft. south 
of the Wabash R. R. on W. 75th st. Ordinance, 
Passed 876-7 

Sewer, from W. 68th st. to W. 76th st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 



Loomis St. : 

Sidewalk, from W. 83rd st. to W. 85th st. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1042 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water service pipes, between W. 103rd st. and W. 104th 

st., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 876 

Water service pipes, between W. 75th st. and W. 77th 

st. Ordinance,' Passed 1884 

Water supply pipe, from W. 107th st. to W. 107th pi., etc. 

Ordinance, Passed 663 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of W. 76th st. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from W. 76th st. to W. 77th st. 

Order, Passed 751 

Lord & Bushnell Co. : Sale of lumber to the City. Or- 
der, Passed 1745 

Lorel av. : 

Paving, from W. North av. to Bloomingdale av. (See 
"Paving, from N. Laramie av. to N. Long av., etc." 
under the heading "Wabansia av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Wabansia av. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Laramie av. 
to N. Long av., etc." under the heading Wabansia 
av.") 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Bloomingdale 

av. Order, Passed 64-5 

Water supply pipe, from Wabansia av. to 255 ft. north 

of W. North av. Order, Passed 1267-8 

Lorenz Bros. Co. : Contract for the removal of ashes and 
refuse from the Springfield Av. Pumping Station. Or- 
der, Passed 2371 

Los Angeles, Calif. : Presentation of a copy of The Chicago 
Municipal Code of 1922 to the City Attorney. Order, 

Passed 1991 

Lott, Henry : Claim. To Finance 1227 

Lott, J. N. : Driveway. Order, Passed 492 

Lotus av. : 

Drains, between Addison st. and Waveland av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1031-2 

Paving, from Waveland av. to Addison st. Ordinance, 

Passed 496 

Sewer, from Belmont av. to Wellington av. Ordinance, 

Passed 502 

Water meter at No. 134 N. : removal. Order, Passed . . 561-2 
Water service pipes, between Addison st. and Waveland 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1032 

Louis, M. : Claim. To Finance 1987 

Lovejoy av. : Water supply pipe, from Carmen av. to 320 

ft. northward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Lowe av. : 

Paving, from W. 115th st. to W. 116th pi. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 115th st. to W. 118th st., etc." under 
the heading "Union av.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from Vincennes av. to 360 ft. north- 
westerly. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Lower North Community Council : Request for an adequate 
appropriation for street and alley cleaning and refuse 
removal. Come, (referred Dec. 28, 1921, p. 1486), 

Filed 753 

Lowy, Edward : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1134 

Passed 1332 

Loyola Studio : Permission to conduct dances in building. 

Order, Passed 1692 

Loyola University : 

Free permits for erection of buildings. Order, Passed.. 1021 

Free use of City water. Order, Passed 1993-4 

Luczak, Joseph : Completion of shed. Order, to Bldgs . . 1480 

Filed 1676-7 

Luczynski, W. : Claim. To Finance 1869 

Ludlam av. : 

Sewer, from Elston av. to Loring av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1143 

Water supply pipe, from Elston av. to Loring av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1235 

Ludwig & Ludwig : 

Claim. To Finance 1869 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 116, 246 

Ludwig (R. G.) & Co.: Claim (as agents). Filed 1115 



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Luella av. : 

Drains, between E. 92nd st. and E. 94th st. Ordinance, 

Passed Ill 

Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 85th st. (See "Paving 
from E. 83rd st. to' South Chicago av., etc." under 
the heading "Clyde av.") 
Paving, from E. 92nd st. to E. 94th st., etc. (system). 
Ordinance (deferred March 29, 1922, p. 2358), Re- 
committed to B. L. 1 2343 

Sidewalk, from E. 81st st. to E. 83rd st. (e. side). Or- 
dinance, Passed 236-7 

Water service pipes, between E. 92nd st. and E. 94th st., 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed Ill 

Lnetgert, Grover R. : Frame cottage and office building. 

Order, Passed 170 

Lukas, John : Sign. Order, Passed 1037 

Lukens, Cora : Driveways. Order, Passed 2195-6 

Lukis, Stanley : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1303 

Passed 1486 

Lull pi. : Closing of the street to traffic. Order, Passed . . 858 

Lumber and lumber yards : Prohibition against establish- 

ment within 200 ft. of schools, churches or hospitals ; 
provision for procurement of frontage consents for es- 
tablishment within 200 ft. of residence streets ; license 

fees fixed. Ordinance (see p. 166j, Passed 141-66 

Lumber st. : Slaughtering-house at S. Halsted st. : direction 

for an investigation. Order (referred Jan. 18, 1922, 

p. 1719) , Filed 1985 

Lu-Mi-Nus Sign Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1.363 

Luna av. : Water supply pipe, from Berwyn av. to Far- 

ragut av. Order, Passed ' 1774-6 

Lunch-rooms. (For data, if any, see the heading "Coffee 
houses or ordinaries".) 

Lund (A.) Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 735 

Lundberg, J. E. : Claim. (See under the heading "Sund- 

berg, (J. E.) Co.") 

Lundquist, Charles: Driveway. Order, Passed 2197 

Lundquist, Paul E. : Claim. Order, Passed 560-1 

Lunt av. : 

Drains, between N. Western av. and N. California av., 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 655 

Paving, from N. California av. to N. Western av., etc. 
(system) (including sewer connections in N. Wash- 
tenaw av. and N. Campbell av.). Recom., Est. 

and Ordinance, Pub. and to S. £ A 66-73 

Ordinance, Passed 519 

Sewer, from N. California av. to N. Sacramento av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 2145 

Water service pipes, between N. Western av. and N. 

California av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed.. 655 

Lupo, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Lurie, George S. : Payment for services rendered the City 

as a real estate expert in street improvement matters. 

Order, Passed 48-9 

Lurie, H. : Riser in sidewalk space. Order, Passed ....1134 

Lusson, W. H. : Driveway. Order, Passed 235 

Lust, H. C. : Claim. To Finance 1128 

Luszazek, M. : Claim. To Finance 2357 

Luthardt, William H. : Claim. To Finance 1803 

Lutheran Deaconess Home and Hospital : Driveway. Or- 
der, Passed 1408 

Lutheran Gethsemane Church : Water service" pipe. Or- 
der, Passed 1036 

Luthin, George: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Lydia Children's Home: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 
Lyle, John H. : 

Address to the Council in answer to certain criticisms of 
Council members contained in a report of the Muni- 
cipal Voters League. Noted 1592 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Lynch. Austin J. : Request of the City Council for recon- 

sideration of a ruling of the Dept. of Internal Revenue, 
exempting payment of income tax on fees received from 
the City as a building expert. Resolution, to Finance. 998 

Adopted 1246-7 

Lynch-Clarisey Co. : Extension of contract for furnishing 

fuel oil to the City. Order, Passed 1607 

Lynch, John P. : 

Construction of building. Order, to Bldgs 1692 

Driveways. Order, Passed 1024 

Lynch, Thomas : Claim. Order, Passed 736 

Lynch, Thomas H. : Claim. To Finance 650 



Lynching. (See "Dyer anti-lynching law" under the heading 
"U. S. Government".) 

Lyndale st. : Water meter at No. 2821 : removal. Order, 

to Finance 493 

Filed 1115 

Lyonnais, William : 

Claim. Filed 623 

Recommitted to Finance 1511 

Claim. Filed 1797 

Lyons Club of Englewood : Request for continuation of an 
investigation into the alleged mistreatment of prisoners 
in the custody of the Police Dept. Resolution, Filed.. 1&16 

Lyons, D. A. : Claim. To Finance 1813 

Lyons, Ernest H. : Request of the City Council for recon- 
sideration of a ruling of the Dept. of Internal Revenue, 
exempting payment of income tax on fees received from 
the City as a real estate expert. Resolution, to 

Finance ggg 

Adopted 1246-7 

Lyons, John J.: Apartment building. Order, to Bldgs... 251 
Passed 672-3 

Lytton (Henry C.) & Sons. (See the heading "Hub, The".) 



M. 



Mabon, J. S. : Claim. To Finance 1587 

Maccabees, The : Columbus Tent No. 22 : expression of dis- 
approval of the transfer of certain firemen because of 
alleged membership in the Ku Klux Klan. Come, to 

Schools 1713 

Filed 2032-3 

MacDonald & Kaitchuck Co. : Printing of water bills for 

the Bureau of Water. Order, Passed 1171 

MacFarlane av. : Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 85th st. 
(See "Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 85th St., etc." under 
the heading "East End av.") 

MacGill, W. R. : Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Machinery : Sale at retail by hardware stores. (See the 
ordinance licensing and regulating, noted under the 
heading "Hardware stores".) 

Machines, Alex. : Signs. Order, Passed 995 

Macholz, Richard E. F. : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Maciosek, Frank : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. .1016 

Passed 1256 

Mack, Herman : Vacation of alleys in Canal Trustees' Sub. 

(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Mack-International Motor Truck Co. : 

Automobile trucks : exchange with the City. Order, 

Passed 720 

Amended 1596 

Automobile trucks: sale to the City. Order, Passed. .47-8 

Tractors : sale to the City. Order, Passed 48 

Wheels (Morand cushion) : sale to the City. Order, 

Passed 47-8 

Mackinaw av. : 

Building at No. 9007 : maintenance as a public hall. 

Order, to Bldgs 1804 

Passed 2152 

Sewer, from E. 134th st. to 15 feet north of first alley 

north of E. 136th st. Ordinance, Passed 1130 

Sidewalks, from E. 106th st. to E. 110th st. (both sides) 

Ordinance, Passed 1006 

Switch track across the street, south of E. 131st st. 
(See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." under 
the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Water supply pipe, from 260 ft. south of E. 135th st. to 

E. 136th st. Order, Passed 1774-8 

MacMillan, Donald: Address to the Council. Noted. . . .2102 
Macoy, Earl H. : Construction of building. Order, 

to Bldgs 1913 

Macziaszcz, H. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1135 

Passed 1332 

Madison Hardware Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1538 

Madison & Kedzie State Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Madison st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Building at No. 216 W. : construction of additional stair- 
way. Order (referred Jan. 25, 1922, p. 1749), 
Filed 1676-7 



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1922-23 



Madison st. : 

Building at Nos. 371-3 W. : permission for construction. 

Order, to Bldgs 1535 

Canopy at No. 110 W. (See under the heading "Straus 

(S. W.) & Co.") 
Name for the intersection of W. Madison and Market 
sts. (See under the heading "Street nomenclature".) 
Ornamental clock at n.w. cor. of Ogden av. (See under 

the heading "Reliance State Bank".) 
"Parking" of vehicles. (See under the heading "Traffic 

regulations".) 
Paving, from Franklin st. to Market st. Recom., Est. 

abd Ordinance, to S. & A 105 

Filed 228-9 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 5649 W. (See under 

the heading "Kirby Brothers".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at Nos. 5901-03 W. (See un- 
der the heading "Maypole Garage".) 
Water meter at Nos. 4801-03 W. : removal. Order (re- 
ferred March 8, 1922, p. 2221), Filed 624 

Madura, Stanley : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Madzierzyk, A. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Magerstadt, Ernest J. : Vacation of S. Bishop and Laflin 

sts. (See the notations under "Bishop st." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Magie Brothers : Loading platform. Ordinance (for re- 

peal of an ordinance passed Jan. 28, 1921), Passed. .. .946-7 

Magiera, Stanley : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Magill-Weinsheimer Co. : Vacation of part of an alley in 

Assessor's Div. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 
Magnolia av. : Sidewalk, from Devon av. to Granville av. 

(e. side). Ordinance, Passed 864 

Magnolia Paper & Supply Co. : Sale of paper towels to 

the City. Order, Passed 90 

Maine, Township of : Annexation of a portion of the town- 

ship to the City of Chicago. (See under the heading 
"Annexation and disconnection of territory".) 

Majciewski, J. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1988 

Passed 2380 

Majestic Men's Wear Store : Floral canopy. Order, 

Passed 1471 

Major av. : 

Paving, from Grace st. to Addison st. (See "Paving, 
from N. Central av. to N. Austin av., etc." under 
the heading "Patterson av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Long av. to N. 
Narragansett av." under the heading "Addison st.") 
Sewer, from Belmont av. to George st. Ordinance, 

Passed 879-80 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Grace st., War- 
wick av., Waveland av. and Patterson av. (See the 
notations under "Paving, from N. Central av. to N. 
Austin av., etc." under the heading "Patterson av.") 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Archer av. 

Order, Passed 682-3 

Water supply pipe, from W. 61st st. to 144 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 682-3 

Majors, James G. : Advancement to rank of second-class 
patrolman for meritorious services. Come. (Supt, of 

Police) , Pub 1773 

Order, Passed 1773 

Makys (Stephan) & Son: Claim. To Finance 2091 

Maleszswski, Edward : Claim. To Finance 1869 

Maliszewski, John : Driveway. Order, Passed 844 

Malkewicz, S. E. : Sign. Order, Passed 1988 

Malloy, Dennis : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1023 

Malogerski, S. : Driveway. Order, Passed 235-6 

Malone, Ben : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Maloney, Henry: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Maloy, Anna : Claim. Order, Passed 736 

Mamer, Christopher : Contract for transportation of gar- 
bage for the City. Order, Passed 1754 

Mancoff, Joseph : Claim. Filed 1797 

Mandarin Inn, Inc. : 

Claim. Filed i 1115 

Claim. To Finance 1868 

Mandel Brothers: Canopies and ornamental lights: ac- 
ceptance and bond (under an ordinance passed March 29, 
1922). See X78 



Mandel, Edward : Tender of appointment as a member of 

the Board of Education. See iqqq 

Mangan, Thomas : Honorable mention for 1921. See! . 461 

Manhardt, Henry : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Manhattan Electrical Supply Co. : Sale of electrical equip- 
ment to the City. Order, Passed ms 

Manistee av. : Paving, from E. 92nd st. to E. 94th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 2 37 

.Manitowoc, Wis.: In the matter of the lowering of the 
level of Lake Michigan through an excessive withdrawal 
of water through the Drainage Canal. Telegram 

( Mayor) , to Harbors _ _ 1923.4 

Filed 19g4 

Comes, and Resolutions (City Clerk), to Har- 

bors 2008, 2064 

Mann, Frederick: Reconstruction of curb, installation of 
drainage facilities and repaving of street. Order, to 

S- <& A 492 

-Mann, James R. : Death. (See under the heading 
"Deaths".) 

Mann, Sam : Claim : To Finance 2091 

Mansfield av. : 

Paving, from Irving Park boul. to Montrose av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1997 

Paving, from W. North av. to Wabansia av. Ordinance, 

Passed 2101 

Sidewalks, from W. Grand av. to Dickens av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 265 

Water supply pipe, from Arthington st. to Railroad av. 

Order, Passed 1267-8 

Water supply pipe, from 222 ft. north of Diversey av. 

to Wellington av. Order, Passed 682-3 

Water supply pipe, from W. Roosevelt road to 218 ft. 

northward. Order, Passed 292-3 

Water supply pipe, from Wabansia av. to Bloomingdale 

av. Order, to Finance 1430 

Second Order, Passed 1543 

Manufacturers Junction Railway Co. (See under the' head- 
ing "Railroads".) 
Manufacturers Outlet Supply Co.: Driveways. Order, 

Passed 1024 

.Manufacturing districts. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 
Manufacturing establishments (general) : 

(For particular hinds of manufacturing establish- 
ments see under the respective headings.) 
Heating of factories and workships : regulations pre- 
scribed. Ordinance, Passed 588-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942-3 

Tanks (portable) for inflammable liquids: permission for 
use in manufacturing plants. Ordinance (see p. 

155) , Passed 141-66 

Manufacturing Outlet Supply Co. : Driveways. Order 

Passed 655 

Maple st.: Tank and Pump (gasoline), at No. 58. (See 

under the heading "Lincoln Auto Garage".) 
Maplewood av. : 

Paving, from Albion av. to Pratt av. (See "Paving, 
from Albion av. to Pratt av., etc." under the head- 
ing "Artesian av.") 
Paving, from W. 56th st. to 300 ft. south. Ordinance, 

Passed 1696 

Premises No. 3538 S. : alterations and addition to build- 
ing. Order, Passed 1000 

Resurfacing of the street, from W. 55th st. to W. 67th 

st. Order, to Finance 1733 

Sewer, from W. 107th st. to W. 105th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1884 

Signboard at n.w. cor. of Montrose av. : direction for 

removal. Order, Passed 1590 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Mapp, Harry J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 127 

Maps and Flats, Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2277 

Surveys (Division of) Capital Account. (For data, if 

any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading 

"Finance".) 
Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Marchese, Anthony : Removal and occupancy of a building. 

Order, to Bldgs 1227 

Passed 1381-2 



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105 



Marciniak, Anthony : Alterations to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1150 

Passed 1333 

Marcus, Eugene : Claim. Filed 1797 

Marek, R. J. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

BUgs 1369 

Passed I486 

Maremont Mfg. Co.: Switch track. (See under the head- 

ing "Switch tracks".) . 

Mares, Mrs. L. : Claim. Order, Passed 620 

Margaret Etter Creche: Tag day. (See under the head- 

ing "Tag days".) 

Marholz, Otto F. : Driveway. Order, Passed 252-3 

Maria S. S. Di Constantinopoli Society : Bandstand and 

festoons of electric lights. Order, Passed 489 

Marinello Co.: Shed. Order, Passed 1019 

Amendatory Order, to Bldgs 1409 

Passed 1611 

Marion Hotel : Sign. Order, Passed 1734 

Markas, M. E. : Claim. To Finance 1536 

Market st. : 

Canopy at s.w. cor. of W. Van Buren st. (See under the 

heading "Regal Building Corporation".) 
Elevated railroad columns, stairways and structures, be- 
tween W. Lake st. and W. Randolph st. : requirement 
for rearrangement. (This is part of the project for 
the widening and improvement of South Water st. 
See "Chicago & Oak Park Elevated Railroad Co." 
under the heading "South Water St.") 
Improvement of the street, between W. Madison st. and 
W. Lake st. (including a two-level thoroughfare from 
W. Lake st. to alley south thereof, a ramp from 
alley south of W. Lake st. to W. Randolph st, re- 
taining walls, etc.). (See the ordinance providing 
for the improvement of South Water st., noted under 
the heading "South Water st.") 
Name for the intersection of W. Madison and Market sts. 
(See under the heading "Street nomenclature".) 
Market Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Markets , public : 

Maxwell Street Market : appropriations for maintenance. 

See 2270 

Operation of public markets : direction for the enforce- 
ment of existing ordinances relating to operation. 
Com. report (deferred and published June 28, 1921, 
p. 532), Filed 915 

Randolph Street Market : appropriations for maintenance. 

See 2270 

Randolph Street Market : fees for occupying space in- 
creased. Ordinance, Passed 2107 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2346 

Markham av. : Sewer, from Milwaukee av. to 140 ft. south- 
erly of Elston av. Ordinance, Passed 1879-80 

Markham, Samuel K. : In the matter of the construction 

of a bridge at Torrence av. and E. 134th st. Come. 

and Order, to Finance 1221 

Marks & Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 2359 

Marks, M. : Maintenance of dormer and flat building. 

Order, to Bldgs 1240 

Passed 1382 

Mailing, Franklin : Vacation of Rees st. ( See under the 

heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Marmora av. : 

Drains, between Montrose av. and Wilson av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 579-80 

Raving, from Grace st. to Addison st. (See "Paving, 
from N. Central av. to N. Austin av., etc." under 
the heading "Patterson av.") 

Paving, from W. Grand av. to Diversey av. Ordinance, 

Passed 2147 

Paving, from Lawrence av. to Montrose av. Ordinance, 

Passed 42 

Uoadway width established, from Gunnison st. to Avondale 

av. Ordinances, Passed 254, 1995-6 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Long av. to N. 
Narragansett av." under the heading "A8dison st.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Grace St., War- 
wick av., Waveland av., Patterson av. and Addison 
st. (See the notations under "Paving, from N. 
Central av. to N. Austin av., etc." under the heading 
"Patterson av.") 



Marmora av. : 

Sewer, from Milwaukee av. to 125 ft. southerly of Elston 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1880 

Water service pipes, between Montrose av. and Wilson 

av. Ordinance, Passed G58 

Water supply pipe, from Bryn Mawr av. to Norwood 

Park av. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from 461 ft. north of Diversey av. 

to Wellington av. Order, Passed 64-5 

Maroney, John : Maintenance of shed and garage. Or- 
der, Passed 999 

Marquette Manor Garage : Gasoline tank and pump. 

Order (referred April 25, 1921, p. 65), Filed 1864 

Marquette Park Presbyterian Church : Wooden frames in 

church building. Order, Passed 1314 

Marquette Park State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Marquette road : 

Building at n.w. cor. of S. Western av. : direction for 

removal. Order, Passed §71 

Sewer, from S. State st. to Normal av. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 

Marquis Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Marratick, Abe: Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 

Marsden, David : Claim. Filed 623 

Marshall boul. municipal plant. (See under the head "En- 
gineering, Bureau of".) 
Marshall Field & Co. : 

Furniture and office equipment : sale to the City for the 
License Bureau. Order, Reconsidered and to 

Finance go 

Filed 623 

Riser in sidewalk space : permission for maintenance. 

Order, Passed 1301 

Sheets : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1723 

Vault. Ordinance, to S. & A 473 

Passed 832-3 

Acceptance and bond. See 1346 

Marshall Field estate : 

Canopy. Order, Passed 1355 

Vault : acceptance and bond (under an ordinance passed 

March 29, 1922) . See 178 

Marshall Jackson Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 571 

Marshall Square State Bank: Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Marshfield av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, from Emily st. to W. 

Division st. Order, Passed 648 

Paving, from Cortland st. to 448 ft. south. Ordinance, 

Passed 1734 

Resurfacing of roadway, from Diversey parkway to 300 ft. 

south. Order, Passed 745 

Water meter at No. 4512 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 2099 

Second Order, Passed 2364 

Martell, Raymond A. : Claim (presented as claim of De 

Luxe Cab Co.). Order, Passed 1656 

Martin, F. : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to G., O. 

& E. L 1469 

Filed 1864 

Martin, Joseph : Removal of buildings. Order, Passed.. 127 

Martin, Joseph D. : Claim. To Finance 169S 

' Martin-Katz Co. : Installation of fuel oil storage tanks. 

Order, to Bldgs 1128 

Martin, Mrs. Edgar: Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Martin st. : Vacation of the street. (See under the head- 

ing "Vacations of streets".) 

Maruszczzak, John : Driveways. Order, Passed 245 

Marx, Charles : Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

"Mary Club" : 

Protest against establishment at No. 4200 N. Paulina st. 
Come, and Petition (Ravenswood Protective Assn.), 

to Police '. 944 

Filed 1677-8 

Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Mary Thompson Hospital: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 
Maryland av. : Paving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd St., 
etc. (system). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and 

to S. & A 1841-6 

Ordinance, Passed 2117-18 



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Marzano, James P. : Erection of building. Order, 

Passed 879 

Marzona, J. : Use of wooden frames in building. Order, 

Passed 1046 

Mascbek, C. C. : Claim. To Finance 1321 

Maschka, F. E. : Addition to building. Order, Passed.. 584 
Masking in public : Prohibition against tbe practice ; ex- 
ceptions. Ordinance, to Judiciary 232 

Passed 669 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942-3 

Mason av. : 

Drains, between Wrightwood av. and Fullerton av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 2101-2 

Paving, from Irving Park boul. to Montrose av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2098 

Paving, from W. Madison st. to W. Adams st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1243 

Paving, from W. North av. to Bloomingdale av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 2101 

Paving, from Wellington av. to Belmont av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2147 

Roadway width established, from Gunnison st. to Avondale 

av. Ordinances, Passed 254, 1995-6 

Resurfacing of the street, from W. Madison st. to W. 

Adams st. Order, Passed 1888 

Water servivce pipes, between Dickens av. and Wright- 
wood av. Ordinance, Passed 1887-8 

Water supply pipe, from Bryn Mawr av. to 300 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 292-3 

Water supply pipe, from Diversey av. to Wellington av. 

Order, Passed 878 

Water supply pipe, from Grand av. to Dickens av. Or- 
der, Passed 1267-8 

Water supply pipe, from Higgins av. to 486 ft. south- 
ward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water, supply pipe, from Milwaukee av. to 307 ft. north 

of Bryn Mawr av. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Mason Contractors, Board of Examiners of : Appropriations 

(annual). See 2258 

Mason, John J.: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Masons and masonry : "Brick or clay products yard" de- 
fined ; license required ; provisions for investigation of 
suitability of premises ; license fees and license period 
fixed; sanitary regulations prescribed; penalty provided; 
ordinance of March 3, 1920, repealed. Ordinance, 

Passed 525-6 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942-3 

Massalski, A. W. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 121 

Passed 512 

Massasoit av. : 

Paving, from Hirsch st. to Le Moyne st. (See "Paving, 
from N. Central av. to N. Austin av., etc." under 
the heading "Le Moyne St.") 
Water service pipes, between Hirsch st. and Le Moyne St., 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 136 

Massman, W. P. : Addition to building. Order, Passed... 170 
Matchless Electric Co. : Sale of lamps to the City. Or- 
der, Passed 1793-4 

Matelig, Joseph : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Materials purchased for the City. (For materials purchased 
for particular bureaus and departments, see under the 
names of the respective bureaus and departments. For 
general data, if any, see the heading "Supplies, materials, 
etc.") 
Matheon Day Nursery : Tag day. (See under the heading 

"Tag days".) 
Mather, M. E. : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in certain 
property acquired through tax sales. (See under the 
heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 
Mather st. : Vacation of the street. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 
Mathiesen (E. C.) & Son : Repair of roof of building for the 

City. Order, Passed 1377 

Matthias, William F. : Claim. Filed 1797 

Mattresses. (See the items listed under the heading "Furni- 
ture and household goods.") 

Matus A. C. : Street dance. Order, Passed 847 

Matz, Joseph B. : Alterations in building. Order, Passed 170 

Maxwell Chalmers Sales Co. : Claim. Filed 623 

Maxwell st. : Premises No. 726 : maintenance of passage- 
way. Order, Passed 1473 

Maxwell street Market. (See under the heading "Markets, 
public".) 



May st. : 

Auto-shed at No. 7340 : permission for maintenance. Or- 
der, Passed 1146 

Loading platform (with ramps), at n.e. cor. of Fulton st. 
(See under the heading "Fox, M. E.") 

Paving, from W. 100th st. to W. 103rd st. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 99th st. to W. 103rd St., etc." under 
the heading "Racine av.") 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from W. 54th st. to W. 

55th st. Order, Passed 1169 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in W. 105th st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from W. 103rd st. to W. 
107th st., etc." under the heading "Racine av.") 

Sewer, from W. 115th st. to alley first south of W. 
112th pi. (See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glen- 
roy av., etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh 

St.") 

Switch tracks across the street, north of Cornell st. 
(See under "Chicago Mill and Lumber Co." under the 
heading "Switch tracks".) 
Water meter at No. 1118 S. : removal, Order, Passed. .1360 
Water supply pipe, from W. 81st st. to W. 83rd St. 

Order, Passed 682-3 

Mayer, Adam : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Mayer, Joseph S. : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Mayfair Methodist Episcopal Church : 

Free permits for erection of church building. Order, 

Passed 254 

Free permits for sewer connections. Order, Passed ..1142 
Mayfair Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping stations" 

under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Mayfield av. f" 

Paving, from W. North av. to Wabansia av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2102 

Water supply pipe, from W. 53rd st. to 88 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 682-3 

Water supply pipes, from Wabansia av. to Bloomingdale 

av. Orders, Passed 1480, 1548 

Mayor: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2218, 2230 

Appropriations (supplementary) . See 705 

Messages (annual and special) : Veto messages, Pub. 

286, 1391-2 

Prisoners at the House of Correction : reports of releases. 

(See under the heading "House of Correction".) 
Proclamations. (See the notations under the particular 

subjects affected.) 
Radiotone pictures of Mayors of Chicago : appropriation 

for expense of making. See 705 

Signature of the Mayor : selection of Esdras M. Rousseau 
as proxy for affixing the signature to sundry instru- 
ments. Come. (Mayor), Pub. and Filed 940-1 

Suits pending against the City wherein the Mayor is a 
party defendant : direction for payment of final judg- 
ments in an amount not exceeding $1,200. Order, 

to Finance 1869 

Passed 1963 

Maypole Garage : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

G., O. & E. L 1821 

Filed 1864 

Maypole, George M. : Appointments. ( See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 
McAuliffe, Jeremiah : In the matter of reinstatement as an 

assistant fire marshal. Resolution, Filed 1540 

McCabe, R. L. : Claim. To Finance 1683 

McCaffery, Joseph : Compensation for extra services. 

Order, Passed 1555 

McCague, B. F. : Sleeping porch. Order, to Bldgs 45 

Passed ' 512 

McCahill, E. D. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

McCall, Paul B. : Garage. Order, to Bldgs 264 

Passed 673 

McCann, Robert : Maintenance and occupancy of building. 

Order, Passed 845 

McCarthy, Dennis : Claim. Filed 1797 

McCarthy, James W. : Claim. Order, Passed, 1512-14 

McCarthy, Walter : Tapping of water supply pipe. Or- 
der, Passed 1029 

McCauley, Mary C. : Claim. Order, Passed.. 736-7 

McCinniff, Marcella : Addition to shed. Order, to Bldgs.ll'SO 

Passed 1333 

McClain, J.: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1357 

McClellan, William : Claim. To Finance 2091 



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107 



McClelland, Barclay: Claim. Order, Passed 560-1 

McCormick, Etta M. : Claim. To Finance 1620 

McCormick, George: Driveway. (See under the heading 

"Hoff, M.") 
McCormick, James : Auto-shed. Order (referred March 

22, 1922, p. 2288), Filed 31 

McCormick, John J.: Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

McCormick, William A. : Claims. Orders, Passed 

1512-14, 2371-2 

McCoy, Eugene M. : Advancement to rank of second-class 

patrolman for meritorious services. Order, Passed . . . 467 

McCue, Catherine: Driveway. Order, Passed 236 

McCullough, John: Claim. To Finance 1696 

McCullough, Wm. J. : Garage. Order, Passed 2192 

McDermott, Clement: Claims. Orders, Passed. .. .737, 2348 

McDermott, John P.: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

McDermott, Mary : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 501-2 

Passed 893-4 

McDermott, Wm. : Honorable mention for 1921. See.. 465 

McDonald, Franklin: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

McDonald, J. B. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1998 

Passed 2152 

McDonald, James: Claim. To Finance 1035 

McDonald, Joseph C. : Claim. To Finance 2096 

McDonald & Kaitchuck : Printing of booklets for the Zon- 
ing Commission. Order, Passed 558 

McDonnell, John C. : In the matter of reinstatement as an 

assistant fire marshal. Resolution, Filed 1540 

McDonough, Joseph B. : Appointments. (See under the 

heading "Appointments".) 

McFadden, John: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

McFatrich, George W. : Bridge. Ordinance, Passed. .1708-9 

Acceptance and bond. See 2064 

McGivern, Charles H. : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

McGlynn, James: Claim. Order, Passed 1417 

Amended 1587 

McGovern, Peter P. : Honorable mention for 1921. See 464 

McGrane, James: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 622 

McGrath, Daniel: Honorable mention for 1921. See... 465 

McGrath, Eugene: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

McGrath, Eugene A.: Claim. Order, Passed 80-1 

McGrath, J. : Acceptance of a proposal for the purchase 

of bathing suits in storage at Clarendon Beach. Com. 

report (deferred and published Nov. 2, 1921, p. 1135), 

Filed 916 

McGrath, James: Claim. Order, Passed 1860 

McGrath, James M. : Honorable mention for 1921. See. 461-2 

McGuin, Michael : Sun parlor. Order, Passed 1885 

McGuire, Cobb, Lull Hotel Co. : Bridge (covered passage- 
way). Ordinance, Passed 118-19 

Acceptance and bond. See 941-2 

McGuire, J. S. : Claim. Order, Passed 560-1 

McGurk, James J.: Claims. Orders, Pnsserf. 1512-14, 2371-2 

Mclntire, G. P.: Driveways. Orders, Passed . . .1134, 1538-9 
Mcintosh, Walter G. : Tapping of water supply pipe. 

Order, Passed 2039 

McKillop, Ellen: Claim. To Finance 1367 

McKinney, L. A. : Payment for automobile service rendered 

to the City. Order, Passed 1373 

McLean av. : Paving, from 466 -ft. east of N. Kilpatrick 

av. to N. Cicero av. (See "Paving, from Armitage av. 

to Fullerton av., etc." under the heading "Kilpatrick 

av.") 

McMahon, Dr. F. B. : Claim. Order, Passed 621 

McMahon, James J. : Commendation for bravery during 

1921. See 463 

McMahon, Thomas J. : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in 

certain property acquired through tax sales. (See under 

the heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 
McMahon, Wm. : Commendation for bravery during 1921. 

See 466 

McMahon, Wm. H. : Claim. To Finance 1998 

McMahon, William J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

McMeans, Thomas : Sign. Order, Passed 1021 

McMillan, Estelle M. : Claim. Filed 1209-10 

McMinn, D. D. : Driveway. Order, Passed 236 

McMullen, H. : Claim. To Finance 1359 

McNair, William G. : Frame addition and porch. Or- 
der, Passed 261 

McNamara, Joseph M. : Advancement to rank of first-class 

patrolman for meritorious services. Come. (Supt. of 

Police) , Pub 1181 

Order, Passed 1181 



McNamara, Maurice J. : Commendation for bravery during 

1921. See 46 3 

McNamara, Roger : Claim. Filed 624-5 

McNaughton, Wm. F. : 

Award of Carter H. Harrison medal for 1921. See. . . 460 
Direction for the working out of a method by which Of- 
ficer McNaughton may retain a Sergeancy awarded 
him for meritorious services. Resolution, Adopted 466 

McNichols (H. J.) Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

McNichols, James : Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

McNulty (F. H.) & Co.: Claim. Order, Passed: 96-7 

McVicker av. : 

Sewer, from Diversey av. to Wellington av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1887 

Sewer, from Fullerton av. to Wrightwood av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 880 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from Bloomingdale av. to 12 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 6812-3 

Water supply pipe, from Matson av. to Indian road. 

Order, Passed 293-4 

Water supply pipe, from Schubert av. to Diversey av. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

McVicker Theatre Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 894 

McWilliams (Lafayette) & Sons: Claim. To Finance. 1683 

McWilliams, W. A.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1021 

Meacham & Wright Brick Co. : Driveways. Order, 

Passed 1146 

Meade av. : 

Drains, between W. North av. and Bloomingdale ay. 

Ordinance, Passed 1701-2 

Paving, from W. North av. to Bloomingdale av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1702 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Long av. to 
N. Narragansett av." under the heading "Addison 

St.") 

Sewer, from Fullerton av. to Wrightwood av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 880 

Sidewalk, from Irving Park boul. to Dakin st. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1143-4 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from Bryn Mawr av. to Ardmore av. 

Ordinance, Passed 658 

Water supply pipe, from Matson av. to Indian road. 

Order, Passed 293-4 

Meade, Thomas: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America, Amal- 
gamated (District No. 9) : Request that the President 
of the U. S. be asked to use his office for the adjustment 
of the strike. Come, (referred Jan. 11, 1922, p. 1590), 
Filed 753 

Meath, J. J. : Vacation of Oketo av. and part of Devon 
av. (See the notations under "Oketo av." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Mecartney, Harry C. : Sign. Order, Passed 1870 

Mecartney, Harry S. : Vacation of E. 117th st. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Mechanics and Traders State Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Medical Inspection, Bureau of. (See the heading "Health, 
Department of".) 

Medicines : Prohibition against sale in connection with 
shows, entertainments and amusements. Ordinance, 

Passed 574 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942 

Medill av. : Vacation of the street. ( See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 

Meehan, Thomas : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1410 

Filed 153:2 

Mehrholz, I. N. : Driveway. (See under the heading 
"Falk, R. I.") 

Meier (A. G.) & Co. : Sale of police uniform buttons to the 

City. Orders, Passed 748, 1326 

Melin, S. J. : Claim. Order, Passed 561 

Melrose st. : 

Sewer, from N. Laramie av. to N. Leclaire av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1032 

Sidewalks, from Lincoln av. to Ravenswood av. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Deferred 250 

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Melrose St. : 

Sidewalks, from N. Oakley av. to N. Western av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Deferred 578 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 2343 

Water supply pipe, from N. Leclaire av. to N. Laramie 

av. Order, Passed 122 

Water supply pipe, from N. Meade av. to N. Melvina av. 

Order, Passed 579 

Water supply pipe, from N. Menard av. to 504 ft. east- 
ward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Meltzer, Jacob : Claim. To Finance 1803 

Melvina av. : 

Sewers, from Norwood Park a v. to Peterson av., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 869 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Water supply pipe, from Elston av. to Devon av. Or- 
der, Passed 293-4 

Water supply pipe, from W. 54th st. to W. 51st st. 

Order, Passed 1815 

Water supply pipe, from Milwaukee av. to Peterson av. 

Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from W. North av. to Bloomingdale 

av. Order, to Finance 137 

Passed 539-40 

Water supply pipe, from Norwood Park av. to 12 ft. 

northward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from 362 ft. north of Schubert av. 

to 120 ft. northward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Memorial Day : May 30, 1922 : request for observance of 

the day. Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and Filed. .. .288-9 

Menard av. : 

Paving, from Grace st. to Addison st. (See "Paving, 
from N, Central av. to N. Austin av., etc." under the 
heading "Patterson av.") 

Paving, from Irving Park boul. to 299.5 ft. north of Belle 

Plaine av. Ordinance, Passed 1997 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from W. Madison st. to W. 

Lake st. Ordinance, Passed 2101 

Roadway width established, from Ainslie st. to Higgins 

av. Ordinances, Passed 254, 1995-6 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Grace st. and War- 
wick av. (See the notations under "Paving, from 
N. Central av. to N. Austin av., etc." under the head- 
ing "Patterson av.") 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 51st st. Or- 
der, Passed 497 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 59th st. Or- 
dinance, Passed 126 

Water supply pipe, from 286 ft. south of Higgins av. to 

Strong st. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Mendell St.: Loading platform, north of Cortland st. (See 

under the heading "Clybourn Wool Scouring Co.") 
Menge, Herman : Sun parlors and stairways. Order, 

Passed 1999 

Mennella, Vincent R. : Claim (presented ns claim of Neigh- 
borhood Pharmacy). Order, Passed 1796 

Menomonee st. : 

Filling station, at n. w. cor. of Sedgwick st. : protest 
against establishment. l'etition (property-owners), 

to. G., O. & E. L 1638 

Tank (gasoline) under the parkway, at n. e. cor. of Lar- 

rabee st. Order, Passed 1474 

Mensch, Otto : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Merchandise stores: "Retail merchandise store" defined; 
licenses required ; provision allowing licensees to procure 
licenses for each line of goods handled in lieu of gen- 
eral licenses ; licenses not to include the sale or keeping 
for sale of certain articles ; "retail" defined ; license fees 
fixed ; license fees for establishments conducting coffee 
house and ordinary, retail food, or other licensed busi- 
ness, departments in connection therewith provided ; li- 
cense plates to be attached to delivery wagons ; sani- 
tary requirements. Ordinance, Passed 19-121 

Report of newspaper publication. See 179 

Merchants Loan and Trust Co., The : Deposits of City 
funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Mercy Hospital Free Dispensary: Tag day. (See under the 
heading "Tag days".) 



Merigold, Arthur S. : Request of the City Council for re- 
consideration of a ruling of the Dept. of Internal Re- 
venue, exempting payment of income tax on fees received 
from the City as a real estate expert. Resolution, to 

Finance 998 

Adopted 1246-7 

Merriam & Rhodes: Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs 1479 

Merrill av. : 

Paving, from E. 83rd st. to South Chicago av, (See 
"Paving, from E. 83rd st. to South Chicago av., etc." 
under the heading "Clyde av.") 
Paving, at the intersection of E. 71st st. (See "Paving, 
from Stony Island av. to Yates av., etc." under the 
heading "Seventy-first st.") 
Paving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. (See "Paving, 
from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st., etc." under the head- 
ing "Paxton av.") 
Water supply pipe, from E. 81st st. to E. 83rd st. Or- 
der, Passed 646 

Merrimac av. : 

Sidewalks, from W. 51st st. to Archer av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1035-6 

Water supply pipe, from Bloomingdale av. to 84 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Norwood Park av. to 12 ft. 

northward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Norwood Park a v. to Ardmore a v. 

Ordinance, Passed 42 

Water supply pipe, from Raven st. to Devon av. Or- 
der, Passed 293-4 

Merritt, William C. : Claim. Order, Passed.. 1512-14 

Merriweather, C. H. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Merry-go-rounds. (See "Devices, amusement" under the head- 
ing "Amusements".) 
Mesce, Frank H. : Internal Revenue, Dept. of : request of 
the City Council for reconsideration of a ruling of the 
Department exempting payment of income tax on fees 
received from the City as a building expert. Resolu- 
tion, to Fincmce 998 

Adopted 1246-7 

Mesce, James : Compensation for services rendered as a 

building expert : authority for payment. Order, Passed 1623 
Messinger's Lunch Rooms : Canopies. Orders, Passed 

1731, 1988 

Methodist Deaconess Orphanage: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Metric system. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Weights and measures".) 
Metropole st. : 

Water supply pipe, from N. Laramie av. to N. Long av., 

etc (system) . Ordinance, Passed 502 

Water supply pipe, from Newland av. to 1275 ft. east of 

Sayre av. Order, Passed 64-5 

Metropolitan Business College : Maintenance of second 

floor of building. Order, to Bldgs 1138 

Metropolitan State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railway Co., The. (See un- 
der the heading "Elevated railroads".) 

Metz, J. L. : Claim. To* Finance 1536 

IMetz, Oscar : Claim. To Finance 1537 

Meyer, Rev. Alfred E. : Free permit for erection of church. 

building. Order, Passed 1024 

Meyer, Fred: Rooms in attic. Order, to Bldgs 1550 

Passed 2152 

Meyer, Isaac : Driveway. Order, Passed 1038 

Meyer, Jacob : Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Meyer, Louis : Claim. Order, Passed 1974 

Meyer, R. : 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 1037 

Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to (?., O. £ E. L. . . .1696 

Filed 1864 

Meyercord Co. : Vacation of part of an alley in Owen's 
Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Meyers, George : Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Meyerson, Harry W. : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Mezzoni, John : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs . . 1014 

Passed 1256 

Michael ct. : Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Far- 
well av. Order, Passed 2123 

Michalski, Frank : Maintenance of building. Order, 

Passed 999 

Michalski, Matt: Claim. Order, Passed 1598-9 



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Michigan av. : 

"Boulevard connecting link". (See "Michigan av. boule- 
vard connecting link" under the heading "Parks and 
boulevards".) 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 

Canopy at No. 750 N. (See under the heading "Leffing- 
well's Mallard, Inc.") 

Drains, between E. 95th st. and E. 105th st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2093 

Improvement of the street, from E. 124th st. to E. 127th 
st. : direction for the hastening of the work. Or- 
der, to B. L. 1 1731 

Opening of the street, between E. 03rd st. and E. 60th 

st. Order, to S. & A 1003 

To B. L. 1 1120 

Second Order, to B. L. 1 1730 

Third Order, to B. L. I '-'192 

Paving, from W. 95th st. to E.. 108th st. Recom., Est. 

and Ordinance, Pub. and to S. & A 309-14 

Ordinance, Passed 842 

Reconstruction of the street, at the southwest Plaza 
(near the Michigan av. bridge) and at E. South Wa- 
ter st. (See the ordinance providing for the improve- 
ment of South Water St., noted under the heading 
"South Water St.") 

Sewer, from E. 95th st. to E. 99th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1222 

"Through traffic street", from E. Garfield boul. to E. 

63rd st. Ordinance, Passed 1303-4 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1393 

Traffic diversion, between E. Roosevelt road and W. 26th 

st. Order (referred May 26, 1920, p. 239), Filed.lQ77-8 

Use of part of the roadway (lower level), at E. Lake st. 
(See "First Ward, etc." under the heading "Bureau 
of Streets".) 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Water meter at No. 3408 S. : removal. Order, to Fin- 
ance 997 

Filed 1797 

Water service pipes, between E. 124th st. and E. 127th 

St., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1989 

Water supply pipe, from E. Roosevelt road to E. 26th 

st. (e. side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from E. Roosevelt road to E. 26th 

st. (w. side) . Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from E. 79th st. to 24 ft. northward 

(e. side) . Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from E. 26th st. to E. 33rd st. (e. 

side) . Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from E. 26th st. to E. 33rd st. (w. 

side) . Order, Passed *. . . .1062-5 

Water supply pipes, from E. Roosevelt road to E. 33rd st. 

(both sides). Order, Passed . . . 1165-6 

Widening and improvement of the street from E. Ran- 
dolph st. to E. Chicago av. (See "Michigan av. 
boulevard connecting link" under the heading "Parks 
and boulevards".) 
Michigan Avenue Street-Improvement Bond Fund. (For data, 

if any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the head- 
ing "Finance".) 
Michigan City, Ind. : In the matter of the lowering of the 

level of Lake Michigan through an excessive withdrawal 

of water through the Drainage Canal. Come. (City 

Clerk) to Harbors 1772 

Filed 1984 

Michigan Transit Co. : 

Construction of offices, waiting rooms, toilet rooms, etc. 

on the Municipal Pier. Order, Passed 540 

Lease of space on the Municipal Pier. Order (rescind- 
ing an order passed June 23. 1921, and directing 
the institution of ouster proceedings by the City), 

Passed 1777-8 

Rescinded 1988-9 

Ordinance, Passed 2352 

Mick, Edward : Maintenance of addition to barn. Order, 

to Bldgs 1133 

Passed 1333 

Mid-City Construction Co. : Maintenance of buildings. 

Order, Passed 1029 

Mid-City Electrical Service Co. : Sign. Order, to Bldgs. 260 



Mid-City Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City Lunds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Midland Metal Co., The: Driveways. Order, Passed. . .1807 
Mid-West Box Co. : Loading platform. Ordinance, to 

S. & A U39 

Passed 1923-4 

Michle Printing Press & Mfg. Co. : Bridge (covered pass- 
ageway). Ordinance, to S. & A 1009 

Passed 1116-17 

Acceptance and bond. See 1630 

Mikell, A. : Driveway. Order, Passed 861 

Milewski, Joseph : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Milford Garage : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

d., O. & E. L 1811 

Filed 1864 

Militia (Illinois). (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Illinois, State of".) 
Milk and cream. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Foods and food products".) 
Milk Dealers' Bottle Exchange : Request for passage of 
new regulations governing the sale and use of milk bot- 
tles. Come, and Ordinance (referred Jan. 28, 1921, p. 

1660), Filed 226-7 

Millard av. : 

Sidewalks, from W. Roosevelt road to W. 16th st. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 1242 

Switch track across the street, south of W. 33rd st. (See 
under "Commonwealth Edison Co." under the heading 
"Switch tracks".) 

Miller, A. : Sign. Order, Passed 1767 

Miller, A. S. : Driveways. Orders, Passed 1046, 1363-4 

Miller, Albert: Driveways. Orders, Passed 1767,2191-2 

Miller, Bertha : Claim. Order, Passed 90 

Miller, Charles: Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Miller, Ernest G. : Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks''.) 
Miller, J. : 

Claim (presented as claim of J. Miller and E. Fenloner). 

Order, Passed 1796 

Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1807 

Passed 2152-3 

Miller, J. F. : Payment for services rendered the City as 
a real estate expert in street improvement matters. 

Order, Passed 48-9 

Miller (J. P.) Artesian Well Co. : Appropriation for the 

payment of judgment against the City. See 705 

Miller, J. W. : Real estate office. Order, Passed 2092 

Miller, Jacob L. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Miller, Katheryn : Claim. To Finance 2191 

Miller Lumber Co. : Vacation of alleys in Charles H. Ku- 
sel's Second Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 

Miller, Max : Claim. Filed 1209-10 

To Finance 2190 

Miller, Morris : Maintenance of building. Order, Passed 53 

Miller, Rudolph : Claim. Order, Passed 80-1 

Miller, Thomas : 

Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs 1147 

Passed 1333 

Vacation of an alley in Rountree's Addn. to Beverly 
Hills. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Miller, W. R. : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Mills (Morris) & Sons, Inc. : 

Claim. To Finance 1687 

Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Mills, Pearl : Settlement of claim against the City arising 

out of the race riots. Order, Passed 1624 

Milord, L. O. J. : 

Maintenance of lag screws in building. Order, Passed. 1236 

Sheds. Order, Passed 170-1 

Milwaukee av. : 

Curb-stone at Giddings st. : direction for cutting. Or- 
der, Passed 656 

- "Parking" of vehicles. (See under the heading "Traffic 
regulations".) 
Riser and basement entrance in sidewalk space at Nos. 

1068-70. (See under the heading "Cohn, Eva".) 
Street railway matters. (Sep under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Widening of the street, between Edmunds st. and the 

City limits. Ordinance, Passed 1880 

Milwaukee Avenue Merchants Assn. : Banners. Order, 

Passed 649 



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Milwaukee-Irving State Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Miner (Joseph) & Co. : Claim. Filed 623 

Minors : 

"Curfew" ordinance : direction for an investigation of 
the alleged non-enforcement of the ordinance. Or- 
der (referred Jan. 3, 1922, p. 1578), Filed 1677-8 

Detention home for juvenile delinquents. (For data, if 

any, see the heading "Juvenile Detention Home".) 
Hotel for boys : temporary use of the Municipal Lodging 
House by the Chicago Boys' Week Campaign Com- 
mittee. Come, to City Hall 290 

Order, Passed 915-16 

Vacation employment week : designation 'of the week of 
June 23rd to June 30th, 1922, for the employment 
of boys. Proclamation (Mayor), PuJ). and Filed. 599 
"Miscellaneous" tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Mitchell Co., The : Repair of Harbor Boat No. 4. Or- 
ders, Passed 748, 1418 

Mitchell, Emery C. : Garage. Order, Passed 171 

Mitchell, John J. : Tender of appointment as a member of 

the Board of Education. See 1566 

Mizerski, A. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Mkrdickian, Avak T. : Claim. To Finance ..1730 

Mlot, M. W. : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Moan, Mrs. N. C. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1046 

Passed 1256 

Mob violence. (See "Dyer anti-lynching law" under the head- 
ing "U. S. Government".) 
Mobile av. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer iu Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Long av. to 
N. Narragansett av." under the heading "Addison 

St.") 

Water supply pipe, from W. 51st st. to W. 52nd st. 

Order, Passed 292-3 

Water supply pipe, from W. 52nd st. to W. 51st st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1 ; 26 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of W. Grand av. 

Order, Passed 64-5 

Water supply pipe, from Milwaukee av. to Devon av. 

Order, Passed 293-4 

Water supply pipe, from Norwood Park av. to 12 ft. 

northward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Moderwell (C. M.) & Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Modjesky, Max : Sign. Order, Passed 486 

Modjesky, Morris : Sign. Order, Passed 486 

Modjewski, M. : Sign. Order, Passed 242 

Moenck, Robert: Sign. Order, Passed 665 

Moerle, Alex : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1135 

Passed 1333-4 

Moir Hotel Co. : Vault. Ordinance (for repeal of an 

ordinance passed March 9, 1914), to S. & A 230 

Filed , 472 

Order (directing action to collect installments of com- 
pensation due and to enforce the terms of the ordinance 

passed March 9, 1914), Passed 592 

Monarch Beverage Co. : 

Bridge (covered passageway) : assignment (from United 
Breweries Co.) and bond (under an ordinance passed 

March 11, 1916). See 64 

Loading platforms (with steps). Ordinance, to 8. & 

A 1990 

Passed 2209-10 

Monarch Theatre Supply Co., Inc.: ' Claim. To Finance. 1987 
Monarch Trunk & Leather Works : Claim. Order, 

Passed 1796 

Monighan, John : Claim. Filed 623 

Monroe Electric Co. : Festoons of electric lights. Or- 
ders, Passed 492, 857, 1362 

Monroe st. : Clocks (ornamental), at n. e. cor. of S. Clark 
st. and n. w. cor. of S. Dearborn st. (See under the head- 
ing "First Trust & Savings Bank of Chicago".) 
Mons, R. : Alterations in building. Order, to Bldgs .... 504 

Passed 894 

Mont Clare av. : 

Paving, from Diversey av. to Altgeld st. (See "Paving, 
from N. Oak Park av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under 
the heading "Schubert av.") 
Sewer, from Diversey av. to Wellington av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1047 

Water supply pipe, from Diversey av. to Wellington av. 

Ordinance, Passed 2147 



Montana, John : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Montgomery Ward & Co. : Claim. To Finance 1127 

Montrose av. : 

Signboard at n. w. cor. of N. Maplewood av. : direction for 

removal. Order, Passed 1590 

Signboard at Nos. 2546-48 : direction for removal- Or- 
der, Passed 1590 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Marmora av. 

(n. side). Order, Passed 2123 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Marmora av. 

(s. side). Order, Passed 2123 

Water supply pipe, from N. Menard av. to 264 ft. east- 
ward (s. side). Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from N. Menard av. to 336 ft. east- 
ward (s. side). Order, Passed 2123 

Montrose Avenue Hospital : Cancellation of warrant for 

collection. Order, Passed 1599 

Montrose Av. Hospital and Sanitarium : Exemption from 

payment of license fee. Order, to Finance 1692 

Montrose Battery Station: Sign. Order, Passed 1141 

Monville, Frank E. : Claim. Filed 1797 

Moody av. : 

Extension of water supply pipe, from 32 ft. north of W. 

52nd st. to W. 51st st. Order, Passed 1881 

Sewer, from Bryn Mawr av. to Ardmore av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1737 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from Bryn Mawr av. to Ardmore av. 

Order, Passed 1027 

Water supply pipe, from Elston av. to Indian road. 

Order, Passed 293-4 

Water supply pipe, from W. 52nd st. to 96 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from W. North av. to Bloomingdale 

av. Order, to Finance 137 

Passed 539-40 

Moody Bible Institute : Driveway. Order, Passed .... 1691 

Moody & Waters Co. : Scale. Order, Passed 2095 

Mooney, Joseph F. : Lease of space in E. 71st st. See.. 1863 

Moore (P. J.) & Co., Inc. : Claim. To Finance 944 

Moore, Paul P. : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Moral conditions, inspectors and assistant inspectors of. (For 
data, if any, see under "Employes" under the heading 
"Police, Department of".) 
Morals Court. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Municipal Court of Chicago".) 

Moran, Catherine: Claims. To Finance 1480, 1549 

Moran, Lloyd : Claim. To Finance 2346 

Morand Brothers: Bridge (covered passageway). Ordi- 
nance (for repeal of an ordinance passed Dec. 3, 1917), 

Passed 947 

Morgan Park Presbyterian Church and Congregation : 

Vacation of part of an alley in Morgan Park Washington 
Heights. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 
Vacation of part of an alley in Resub. of Block "N", etc. 
(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Morgan st. : 

Paving, from W. 100th st. to W. 103rd st. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 99th st. to W. 103rd st, etc." under 
the heading "Racine av.") 
Paving, from W. 103rd st. to W. 105th st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 103rd st. to W. 107th st., etc." under the 
heading "Racine av.") 
Resurfacing of the street, from W. 54th st. to W. Garfield 

boul. Order, Passed 873 

Sewer, at the intersection of W. 105th st. (See the no- 
tations under "Paving, from W. 103rd st. to W. 
107th st., etc." under the heading "Racine av.") 
Sewer, from W. 115th st. to 225 ft. north of W. 113th pi. 
(See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., 
etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh st.") 
Sewer, from W. 107th st. to W. 108th st. (See "Sewer, 
from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., etc." under the' 
heading "One hundred seventh St.") 
Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 

"Subways, railroad".) 
"Through traffic street", from W. 91st st. to W. Mar- 
quette road. Ordinance, Passed 1998 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2122 

Tunnel, south of W. Van Buren st. (See under the head- 
ing "Automatic Electric Co.") 
Morgan, William L. : Driveway. Order, Passed ......1363 



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Morgues. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Under- 
takers and care of the dead".) 
Morkrum Company : Contract for the installation of "Tele- 
types" in police stations. Order, Passed 88 

Morning Star Baptist Church: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 

Moroney, John : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 644 

Passed 823 

Morore, Rocco : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs- .1690 

Passed 1890 

Morrall, Frank: Honorable mention for 1921. See .... 462 

Morris & Co. : Boundary-line agreement with the City of 
Chicago affecting lands on the shore of Lake Calumet. 

Amendatory Ordinance, Passed 479 

Report of newspaper publication. See 681 

Morris, Edward : Tender of appointment as a member of 

the Board of Education. See 1619-20 

Morris, Grover : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

O., 0. £ E. L 1481-2 

Filed 1864 

Morris, M. E. : Claim. To Finance 1913 

Morris (Wm.) & Sons Co. : Addition to building. Order, 

to Bldgs. 127 

Passed 512-13 

Morrison, A. : Claim. Filed 623 

Morrissey, H. : Sleeping porch. Order, to Bldgs 1701 

Passed 1890-1 

Morse av. : 

Canopy at Nos. 1330-34. (See under the heading "North 
Shore Fireproof Storage Co".) 
Paving, from N. California av. to N. Western av. (See 
"Paving, from N. California av. to N. Western av., 
etc." under the heading "Lunt av.") 
Premises No. 2736 : tapping of water suppply pipe. Or- 
der, Passed 253 

Water supply pipe, from N. Western av. to 170 ft. west 

of N. Campbell av. Order, Passed 1877 

Morton Levitt Ideal Garage & Motor Sales : Gasoline tank 

and pump. Order, to G., O. & E. L 1767 

Filed 1864 

Morton Salt Co. : Payment for rock salt sold to the City. 

Order, Passed 1556 

Morton st. : 

Drains, between Kenilworth av. and 200 ft. north of Chase 

av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1231-2 

Paving, from Kenilworth av. to 200 ft. north of Chase 

av. (See "Paving, from Ridge road to N. Western 

av., etc." under the heading "Chase av.") 

Water service pipes, between Kenilworth av. and 200 ft. 

north of Chase av., etc. (system). Ordinance, 

Passed 1542 

"Morvich Day". (See under the heading "Pageant of Progress 
Exposition".) 

Moseley, E. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1586 

Moseley, E. T. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1691 

Filling station. Order, to G., O. & E. L 1682 

Filed 1864 

Second Order, Passed 1867 

Moses, Albert: Claim. Filed 1797 

Mosspratt st. : Premises No. 3136 : addition to building. 

Order, to Bldgs 475 

Passed 673 

Motion pictures: 

Censors of motion pictures. (For data, if any, see 
under "Employes" under the heading "Police, Depart- 
ment of".) 
Films : 

Arbuckle, Roscoe : prohibition against the exhibition 
of films featuring Arbuckle. Order, to 

Judiciary 35 

Filed 566 

Resolution, to Judiciary 1591 

Come, from the Commander of Loyd Wheaton 
Post, V. of F. W. (objecting to the proposed action 

of the City Council), to Judiciary 1620 

"Invisible Empire" : in the matter of the issuance 
of a permit for the exhibition of the picture. 

Resolution, Adopted 1588 

Printing and developing of films and titles for films : 
license fees fixed for establishments engaged in 
the work. Ordinance (see p. 151), Passed. .141-66 



Motion pictures; 
Films : 

Receiving, shipping, drying and examining of films : 
requirement for procurement of "certificates of 
fitness" by persons engaged; fees fixed; qualifica- 
tions of applicants prescribed. Ordinance 

(see pp. 151-2), Passed 141-68 

Transporting of films : requirement for procurement 
of "certificates of fitness" by persons engaged ; 
fees fixed ; qualifications of applicants prescribed ; 
prohibition against carrying films in passenger 
elevators unless elevators are unoccupied. 

Ordinance (see pp. 152-3), Passed 141-66 

Machines, motion-picture : requirement for use of approved 

designs. Ordinance, to Schools 1150 

Theaters, motion-picture. (For data, if any, see under the 
heading "Amusements".) 
Motor Drivers School. (See under the heading "Schools and 

other educational institutions".) 
Motor vehicles. (See the heading "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 

Motorbus lines: 

City Motor Bus Co. : permission for operation of a bus 
line on Central av., from W. North av. to W. Roose- 
velt road. Order, to Local Trans 1819 

Greater Chicago Federation recommendations. Come, 

to Local Trans 1494-5 

Kipp's Express & Van Co. : notice of application to the 
Illinois Commerce Commission for a certificate of con- 
venience and necessity to transport property by mo- 
tor trucks between Chicago and Joliet, 111. Come. 
(City Clerk), to Local Trans 1429 

Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railroad Co., The : notice 
of application to the Illinois Commerce Commission 
for a certificate of convenience and necessity to trans- 
port passengers by motor vehicles in certain streets 
in the City of Chicago as extensions to its service. 
Come. (A. L. Gardner) and Ordinance, to Local 
Trans 943-4 

Municipal ownership and operation of motorbus lines. 
(See the notations under the heading "Local Trans- 
portation".) 

Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co. : notice of applica- 
tion to the Illinois Commerce Commission for a cer- 
tificate of convenience and necessity to transport 
passengers by motor vehicles in certain streets in 
the City of Chicago as extensions to its service. 
Come. (A. L. Gardner) and Ordinance, to Local 
Trans. 943-4 

Notices of filing of certificates of convenience and public 
necessity : direction for transmittal of copies, by the 
City Clerk, to the Corporation Counsel. Order, 
Passed 504-5 

Ogden Omnibus Line : application for authority to operate 
a bus line between certain points in Chicago and the 
village of Park Ridge. Come, and Petition, to 
Local Trans 1394 

Regulation and control of the operation of motor buses 
in the streets of the City of Chicago : Council grant 
of authority required for operation ; provision for 
issuance of temporary permits valid until Dec. 1, 

1922. Ordinance, Passed 754 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 942-3 
Amendatory Ordinance (extending temporary 
permits to Dec. 1, 1923), to Local Trans 1474 

South Side Elevated Railroad Co. : notice of application to 
the Illinois Commerce Commission for a certificate of 
convenience and necessity to transport passengers 
by motor vehicles in certain streets in the City of 
Chicago as extensions to its service. Come. (A. 
L. Gardner) and Ordinance, to Local Trans 943-4 

Suburban Auto Livery Co. : notice of application to the 
Illinois Commerce Commission for a certificate of 
convenience and necessity to transport passengers 
and property by motor vehicles between "Jefferson 
Park" and Park Ridge. Come. (City Clerk), Pub. 
and to Local Trans 1636 

Universal Bus Line Co. : notice of application to the 
Illinois Commerce Commissiou for a certificate of 
convenience and necessity to transport passengers 
by motor vehicles between certain points in Chicago 
and the villages of Rony, Whiting, Marks and Indiana 
Harbor, Ind. Come. (City Clerk), Pub. and to 
Local Trans 913 



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Motorcycles. (See the beading "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 
Moulton, Arthur : Alterations in building. Order, 

Passed 103S 

Second Order, to Bldgs 1040 

Passed 125 6 

Mount Carmel Mutual Welfare Institution, The : Tag day. 

(See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Mount Olivet Baptist Church: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Mount Vernon Baptist Church: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 

Mourek, Frank: Driveway. Order, Passed 1318 

Movers of furniture. (See under the heading "Furniture and 

household goods".) 

Movie Supply Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 993 

Moving pictures. (See the heading "Motion pictures".) 

Moylan, A. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1632 

Mozart st. : 

Sewer, from W. 55th st. 228 ft. south of W. 56th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 497-8 

Street lights. (See tinder the heading "Street lights".) 

Water supply pipe, from Devon av. to 300 ft. south of 

Granville av. Order, Passed 1877 

Water supply pipe, from W. 57th st. to W. 56th st. 

Order. Passed 682-3 

Water supply pipe, from 96 ft. north of W. 56th st. to 

120 ft. northward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Mudd (Ray F.) Motor Co.: Sale of Ford automobiles to 

the City. Order, Passed 1394-5 

Mudra, Velasta : Payment of salary. Order, Passed.... 218 
Mueller, Carl A. : Roof sign. (See under the heading 

"Olson, E. H.") 
Mueller, Charles: Driveways. (See under the heading 

"Schiak, Charles".) 
Mueller (H.) Mfg. Co. : Sale of shut-off boxes and parts 

to the City. Order, Passed 1788 

Mulcahy, Robert J.: Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Mullan, Charles J. : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Mulligan av. : 

Water supply pipe, from W. 57th st. to W. 59th st. 

Order, Passed 1814 

Water supply pipe, from Norwood Park av. to 12 ft. 

northward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Mulqueen, James J. : Claim. To Finance 1315 

Mulvaney, Edward H. : Claim. To Finance 2035 

Mulveil, John : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Mulvey (D. E.) & Co. : Real estate office building. Or- 
der, Passed 260 

Municipal asphalt plants. (For data, if any, see "Asphalt 

plants, municipal" under the heading "Streets, Bureau 

of.) 
Municipal Contagious Disease Hospital. (See "Contagious 

Disease Hospital, Municipal" under the heading "Health, 

Dept. of".) 

Municipal Court of Chicago: 

Annual report: authority for printing ( Severinghaus 

Printing Co.) . Order, Passed 89 

Annual report: authority for printing of Supplement on 
Sterilization (Fred Klein Printing Co.). Order, 

Passed 24 

Amended 1749 

Bailiff : 

Appropriations (annual). See 2239-40 

Bond, official : authority for payment of premium 
(United States Fidelity and Guaranty Co.). 

Order, Passed 1248 

Deputy bailiffs : authority for employment. Orders, 

Passed 1374, 1907 

Deputy bailiffs : provision for employment of addition- 
al bailiffs. Amendment (to the Approp. Bill 

for 1923) , Tabled 2215-16 

Resolution, to Finance 2344 

Dockets: authority for printing (Aggerbeck Co.). 

Order, Passed 1724 

Patrol: authority for repair (The White Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 89-90 

Building to house branches of the Court and sundry 
police activities ; authority for contract for construc- 
tion, and appropriation for initial payment. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 708-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 942-3 
Ordinance, Reconsidered and to Finance 1050 



municipal Court of Chicago: 

Buildings to house sundry police activities, the Municipal 
Court, the County Jail, etc. : direction for considera- 
tion of the matter of selecting a central location for 

establishment. Resolution, Adopted 1870 

Chief Justice : 

Appropriations (annual). See 2238-9 

Associate judges : request for an increase in the num- 
ber of judges. Come, from the Chief Justice 

(referred Feb. 10, 1922, p. 1874), Filed 753 

Carpets and furniture : authority for purchase. Or- 
der, Passed 2165 

Chicago Municipal Code of 1922, The : presentation 
of a copy of the Code to each Judge. Order, 

Passed , . . . . 1967 

Order (directing the presentation of 24 ad- 
ditional copies to the Chief Justice), Passed. . .2164 
Jury calendars : authority for printing (Hawkins & 

Loomis). Order, Passed 1724 

Probation officers : appropriations for salaries. (See 
the appropriations for the Chief Justice, noted 
above.) 
Clerk : 

Appropriations (annual). See . . 2239 

Binders and indexes: authority for purchase (Sever- 
inghaus & Weiler). Order, Passed 1793 

Deputy clerks : authority for employment. Orders, 

Passed 540, 737 

Deputy clerks : extension of time for employment. 

Order, Passed 1324 

Deputy clerks : provision for employment of additional 
clerks. Amendment (to the Approp. Bill for 

1923). Tabled 2215-10 

Resolution, to Finance 2344 

Record entries : compensation for extra work under 
contract for printing (Severinghaus Printing 

Co.) . Order, Passed 2348 

Furniture: appropriation for purchase. See 2279 

Morals branch : in the matter of establishment in the 
Juvenile Detention Home or the school building on 
Gilpin pi. near S. Halsted st. Resolution. Adopted.2092 
Prohibition violations : protest against the establishment 
of a special court for trying such cases. Resolu- 
tion, Adopted 239-40 

Psychopathic laboratory : appropriations for maintenance. 

See 2238-9 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Municipal Employes' Annuity and Benefit Fund. (See under 

the heading "Pension funds".) 
Municipal Employes' Annuity and Benefit Tax Fund. (See 

under the heading "Finance".) 
Municipal foundry.' (For data, if any, see "Shops, municipal" 

under the heading- "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Municipal Institutions and City Hall, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriation (annual). See 2223 

Municipal Knights of Equity of Chicago : Protest against 
sending out work formerly done in the municipal shops. 

Come, (referred Dec. 28. 1921, p. 1486), Filed 753 

Municipal Bodging House. (See under the heading "Public 

Welfare, Department of".) 
Municipal Material and Service Capital Account. (For data, 
if any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Municipal ownership and operation of street railway lines, 
elevated railroad lines and passenger subways. (See the 
notations under the heading "Local transportation".) 
Municipal parks. (See "Parks, municipal" under the heading 
"Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Municipal Pier: 

Appropriations (annual) for maintenance. See 2284 

Appropriations (supplementary) for maintenance. See 706 

Auditorium building: in the matter of construction. 

Comes. (Mayor), to City Hall '940-1 

Motion (directing that copies of said communica- 
tions be transmitted to the Harbor Commission), 

Carried 940-1 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous", under the heading "Finance".) 



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113 



Municipal Pier: 

Catering concessions on the pier : direction for an investi- 
gation with reference to prices charged, etc. Or- 
der, Passed 649 

Catering concession on the pier during the seasons of 

1922 to 1926. Come, from the Harbor Board (giv- 
ing a list of proposals considered and recommending 
the awarding of contract to Thomas S. Hogan), 
Pub. and to Railroads 605 

Com. Report (rejecting proposals, directing re- 
advertisement for proposals for the concession and 
extending contracts for the year preceding the sea- 
son of 1922 to include that year), Deferred and 

Pub. 820 

Filed 2200 

Ordinance (awarding the catering concession for 
the season of 1922 to the Delco Lunch Co.), to 

Railroads 847 

Catering concession on the pier during the seasons of 

1923 to 1927. Come, from the Harbor Board 
(transmitting bids and recommending the awarding 
of contract to George B. Levee), Pub. and to Rail- 
roads 2066 

Order (awarding contract to George B. Levee), 

Passed . . . ." 2203-4 

Dancing concession on the pier during the seasons of 

1922 to 1926. Come, from the Harbor Board (giv- 
ing a list of proposals considered and recommending 
the awarding of contract to Patrick T. Harmon), 
Pub. and to Railroads 605 

Com. Report (rejecting proposals, directing re- 
advertisement for proposals for the concession and 
extending contracts for the year preceding the 
season of 1922 to include that year) , Deferred and 

Pub . 820 

Filed 2200 

Dancing concession on the pier during the seasons of 

1923 to 1927. Come, from the Harbor Board 
(transmitting bids and recommending the awarding 
of contract to Patrick T. Harmon), Pub. and to 
Railroads 2066 

Order (awarding contract to Patrick T. Har- 
mon) , Passed 2204 

Preight-and-passenger building space : 

Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Co. : lease of 

space. Order, to Harbor Board 2004 

Second Order, to Railroads 2195 

Ordinance, Passed 2352 

Chicago Steamship Lines : lease of space. Order, 

to Harbor Board 2004-5 

Ordinance, Passed 2351-2 

Michigan Transit Co. : construction of offices, waiting 

rooms, toilet rooms, etc. Order, Passed .... 540 

Michigan Transit Co. : lease of space. Ordinance, 

Passed 2352 

Michigan Transit Co. : lease of space in the south 
freight shed. Order (rescinding an order 
passed June 23, 1921, and directing the institu- 
tion of ouster proceedings), Passed 1777-8 

Rescinded 1988-9 

Northrup, John L. : lease of space. Order, to Har- 
bor Board 2005 

Second Order, to Railroads 2195 

Ordinance, Passed 2352 

Slater's Fireproof Storage Co. : lease of space. Or- 
der, to Harbor Board 2005 

Second Order, Passed 2037 

Rescinding Order, to Railroads 2195 

Lamps: authority for purchase (Western Electric Co.). 

Order, Passed 2374 

North tower : lease of space on mezzanine and four floors 
(e. end) to the U. S. Govt, for a naval radio station. 

Ordinance, Passed 855 

[This ordinance repeals the ordinance passed 
Dec. 7, 1921, p. 1395.] 
one Hundred Eighth Engineers: use of a portion of the 
pier by the engineers. Come. (Lieut. J. F. Hays), 

to Harbor Board 1058 

Pageant of Progress Exposition. (See the heading 
"Pageant of Progress Exposition".) 



Municipal Pier: 

Partitions at the pier: payment for removal (Garden 

City Wrecking Co.). Order, Passed 19 

Refreshment privileges on October 8, 1922 : direction for 
refund of a portion of the net proceeds (German- 
American Citizens' League). Order, Passed 1552 

Roof : payment for removal of paper from, and painting 

of, roof slabs (J. R. Noelle Co.). Order, Passed .. 738-9 
Telescope: permission for operation (J. F. Kepler). 

Order, Passed 2352 

Towels (paper) : authority for purchase (Magnolia Paper 

& Supply Co.) . Order, Passed 90 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

Municipal plant. (See "Marshall boulevard municipal plant" 
under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 

Municipal power and heating plant. (For data, if any, see 
"Power and heating plant, municipal" under the heading 
"Engineering, Bureau of".) 

Municipal reduction plant. (See under the heading "Waste 
Disposal, Bureau of".) 

Municipal Reference Library. (See the headings "Library, 
Municipal Reference" and "Statistics, Bureau of".) 

Municipal shops. (For data, if any, see "Shops, municipal" 
under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 

Municipal street-lighting system. (See "Municipal lighting 
system," under the heading "Gas and Electricity, Dept. 
of".) 

Municipal Street-Lighting System Bond Fund. (For data, if 
any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the head- 
ing "Finance".) 

Municipal tuberculosis sanitarium. (See the heading "Tuber- 
culosis Sanitarium, Chicago Municipal".) 

Municipal Voters League : Address of Aid. Lyle to the 
Council in answer to certain criticisms of Council mem- 
bers contained in a report of the League. Noted 1592 

Municipal warehouse. (For data, if any, see "Warehouse, 
municipal" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 

Munk, David : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Mum, Joseph: Addition to barn. Order, to Bldys 2102 

Passed 2380 

Murphy (Guy) & Brothers Teaming Co. : Claim. To 

Finance 2142 

Murphy, Patrick J. : Claim. Filed 1797 

Murphy, Richard J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Murphy, T. Francis : 

Contract for the removal of ashes and refuse from the 
Central Park Av. Pumping Station and the Municipal 

Power Plant. Order, Passed 2371 

Contract for the removal of cinders from the municipal 
plant and certain pumping stations. Order (for 

Jan., 1923), Passed 1745-6 

(Journal corrected, p. 1771.) 

Order (for Feb., 1923), Passed 1972 

Order (for March, 1923), Passed . .2029 

Murphy (W. H.) Co.: Claim. Filed 623 

Murray, James J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

"Mushroom" lights. (For general data, if any, see under 
"Traffic lights" under the heading "Traffic regulations." 
For lights at particular locations, see under the names 
of the respective streets.) 

Muskegon av. : Paving, from E. 83rd st. to the B. & O. R. 

R. (See "Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 87th st, etc." 
under the heading "Kingston av.") 

Muslin signs (over sidewalks). (See under the names of par- 
ticular individuals, etc." For general data, if any, see 
under the heading "Signs".) 

Mutter, Arthur D. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Mutual Aid and Benefit Assn. of the Chicago Fire Department: 
Baseball games between firemen of New York and Chicago 
for the benefit of the association. Come, from the 
Mayor (appointing an arrangement committee), Pub. and 
Filed 680 " 1 

Mutual National Bank of Chicago, The: Deposits of City 
funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Mutual Produce Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Muzyka, Bazil : Driveway. Order, Passed 1407-8 

Myers (J. R.) Co. : Removal of roof signs. Order, 

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Myrtle av. : 

Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connections in the street and in 
Hood av., Niagara av., Peterson av., Peck ct., Newell 
av. and Nickerson av.). Recom., Est. and Ordi- 
nance, Pub. and to 8. & A 691-701 

Ordinance, Passed 1423 

(Journal corrected, pp. 939-40.) 
Second Recom., Est and Ordinance. Pub. and 

to /¥. & A 2123-32 

(Journal corrected, p. 2157.) 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Neva av. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Neva av. to 
N. Harlem av., etc.", above.) 



N. 



Nacey (P.) Co. : Cleaning of water pipes for the City. 

Order, Passed 81 

TNagle, Albert: Addition to building. Order. Passed... 873 
Nagle av. : 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 57th st. 

Order, to Finance 659 

Water supply pipes, from Norwood Park av. to Avondale 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1232 

Water supply pipe, from Norwood Park av. to 50 ft. 

southward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of W. Grand av. 

Order, Passed 64-5 

Namon, J. : Sign. Order, Passed 1683 

Nanni, Peter : Claim. To Finance 1734 

Naper av. : 

Water supply pipe, from Norwood Park av. to 12 ft. 

northeasterly. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Raven st. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Naphtha. (See the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 

Naples av. : Water supply pipe, from Raven st. to 42 ft. 

southeasterly. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Napoleon av. : Water supply pipe, from Norwood Park av. 

to 12 ft. northeasterly. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Narcotics. (See under the heading "Drugs and druggists".) 
Narragansett av. : 

Paving, from Addison st. to Belmont av. Ordinance. 

Passed 42 

Sidewalk, from Diversey a v. to W. Grand av (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 46 

Water service pipes, between Addison st. and Belmont 

av. Ordinance, Passed 869-70 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 52nd st. 

Ordinance, Passed 126 

Nash Brothers : Shed. Order, Passed 881 

Nashville av. : Sewer, from W. North av. to Cortland st. 

(See "Sewer, from W. North av. to 240 ft. north of Me- 
dill av., etc." under the heading "Harlem av.") 
Nassau a v. : Water supply pipe, from Raven st. to 42 ft. 

southeasterly. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Natatoriums, municipal. (See "Swimming pools, municipal" 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Natchez a v. : 

Drains, between Addison st. and Belmont av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 580 

Water service pipes, between Addison st. and Belmont 

av. Ordinance, Passed 658 

Nathan, B. W. : Claim. Order, Passed 1070 

National Auto Tire Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed ..1020-21 
National Bank of Commerce in Chicago, The : Deposits of 
City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and bank- 
ing".) 

National Bank of the Republic of Chicago, The : Deposits 

of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and bank- 
ing".) 

National City Bank of Chicago, The : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

National Copper & Steel Tank Works: 

Doors : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1602-3 

Steam melting kettles : sale to the City. Order, Passed. 1969 
Structural steel: sale to the City. Order, Passed ... 1604-5 

National Corporation Reporter: Payment of bills for ad- 
vertising. Order. Passed 1599 



National Fire Protection Assn. (Chicago Chapter) : Request 
for repeal of an ordinance providing for the appointment 
of incapacitated firemen as fire prevention inspectors. 

Come, to Bldgs 944 

To Efficiency 1125 

National Guard. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Illinois, State of".) 
National Linen Supply Co.: Claim. Order, Passed ....752-3 

National Meter Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1589 

National Milk Co. : Claim. To Finance 1869 

National Park Seminary Day Nursery: Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 
National Tea Co. : Driveways. Orders, Passed .... 39. 490-1 

National Theatres Corp. : 

Canopy. Order, Passed ' 34-5 

Sign. Order, Passed 53 

National Union Assurance Society : Amity Council No. 137 : 

street festival. Order, Passed 661 

National Union Detective Agency : Claim. Filed ' 1797 

Natoma av. : 

Sower, from Ardmore av. to 30 ft. southerly of Heydeu 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1880 

Sewer, from Cornelia av. to Roscoe st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1031! 

Sewer, from W. North av. to Cortland st. (See "Sewer, 
from W. North av. to 240 ft. north of Medill av.. 
etc." under the heading "Harlem av.'*) 
Water supply pipe, from 114 ft. south of Cornelia av, 1o 

Roscoe st. Ordinance, Passed 1477 

Naumann, Adolph : Lease of premises at Nos. 5451-53 
Broadway to the City for use as a ward yard. Order, 

Passed 2373-4 

Navin, Patrick: Claim. Order, Passed 712-13 

"Navy Day": Observance of the day (October 27, 1922). 

Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and Filed .1180 

Nawara, George : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Neagle, John F. : Death. (See under the heading 
"Deaths".) 

Nealis, Henry G. : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Near East Emergency : Dec. 3. 1922, set aside as a day 
for the raising of funds. Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. 

and Filed 1393 

Necessity Club Day Nursery : Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Neenah av. : 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, from Raven st. to 24 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed) 1062-5 

Neher, Charles : Claim. To Finance 240 

Nehls, Neil G. : Claim. Filed 1797 

Neighborhood Drug Store : Claim. To Finance 2047 

Neighborhood Pharmacy : Claim. (See under the heading 

"Mennella, Vincent R.") 
Nelson. Alfred N. : Driveway. (See under the heading 

"Anderson, Per".) 
Nelson, Carrie : Vacation of part of an alley in Butter- 
field's Addition to Chicago. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 
Nelson, David C. : Alterations in building. Order, Passed 875 

Nelson, E. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1045 

Filed 1126 

Nelson, Edwin J.: Real estate office. Order, Passed .. 2045 
Nelson (H. P.) Co.: Bridge (covered passageway). Ordi- 
nance (for repeal of an ordinance passed Dec. 8, 1913), 
Passed 182-3 

Nelson, Hulda : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2097 

Nelson, Nels : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Nelson, Olaf : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. . . 43 

Passed 272 

Nelson, Victor : 

Construction of building. Order, Passed 1469 

Fireproof apartment buildings. Order, to Bldgs 1406 

Nelson st. : Repair of the roadway, from N. Crawford av. . 

to N. Tripp av. Order, to Finance 135 

Filed 1797 

Second Order, Passed 2100-1 

Nelson Valve Co. : Sale of gate valves to the City. Or- 
der, Passed 1965 

Nemitz. Carl: Addition to building. Order, Passed.... 881 

Nerove, Morris : Sign. Order, Passed 124 

Nesbitt, Harold : Sign. Order. Passed 874 

Ness. Alf: Claim. To Finance 136S 



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Nettleton av. : 

Water supply pipe, from Norwood Park av. to 12 ft. 

northeasterly. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Raven st. to 42 ft. southwesterly. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Ncukranz, Mrs. B. : Alterations in building. Order, 

Passed 255 

Neustadt, John M. : Driveway. Order, Passed 504 

Neva av. : 

Paving, from W. Circle av. to Avondale av. (See "Paving, 
from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av.. etc." under the 
heading "Myrtle av.'') 
Paving, from Diversey av. to W. Grand av. (See "Paving, 
from N. Oak Park av. to N. Harlem av.. etc." under 
the heading "Schubert av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See the 
notations under "Paving, from N. Natoma av. to N. 
Harlem av." under the heading "Addison St.") 
Sewers, from W. North av. to 165 ft. south of Armitage 
av.. and from Armitage av. to 118 ft. north of Pal- 
mer st. (See "Sewer, from W. North av. to 240 ft. 
north of Medill av., etc." under the heading "Har- 
lem av.") 
Water supply pipe, at 200 ft. south of Armitage av. 

Order, Passed 135 

Nevada st. : 

Paving, from N. Cicero av. to Leclaire av. (See "Paving, 
from Fullerton av. to Diversey av.. etc." under the 
heading "Lamon av.") 
Water service pipes, between N. Lavergne av. and N. Le- 
claire av. Ordinance, Passed 2043 

Neveling, A.: Alterations in building. Order, to Bldgs. 1025 

Passed 1257 

New Apollo Lunch Room : Sign. Order, Passed 641 

New City Iron Works : Claims. Order, Passed 1628 

New England av. : 

Paving, from Diversey av. to Fullerton av. (See "Paving, 
from N. Oak Park av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under 
the heading "Schubert av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Natoma av. to 
N. Harlem a v." under the heading "Addison st.") 
Sewer, from Diversey av. to Fullerton av. Ordinance. 

Passed 503 

Sewer, from W. North av. to 160 ft. south of Armitage 

av. (See "Sewer, from W. North av. to 240 ft. north 

of Medill av.. etc." under the heading "Harlem av.") 

Water service pipes, between Fullerton av. and Diversey 

av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1880 

New Kentucky Coal Co. : Sale of coal to the City. Or- 
ders, Passed 1250, 1376 

New York Belting & Packing Co. : Sale of wash hose to the 

City. Order. Passed 1970 

New York Ladies' Tailor. Sign. Order. Passed 260 

Newark av. : 

Drains, between Ardmore av. and Bryn Mawr av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1812 

Paving, from Ardmore av. to Bryn Mawr av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1693 

Sidewalk, from Heyden st. to Ardmore a v. (e. side). 

Ordinance. Passed 256 

Water service pipes, between Ardmore av. and Bryn 

Mawr av. Ordinance. Passed 1812-13 

Water supply pipe, from 350 ft. north of Bryn Mawr av. 

to 120 ft. southward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from 368 ft. north of Raven st. to 228 

ft. northward. Order, Parsed 64-5 

Newberg a v. : Water supply pipe, from Nashotah av. to 85 

ft. southeast of Neola av. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Newberry av. : 

Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 

"Subways, railroad".) 
Water pipe under and across the street, north of W. 16th 
st. (See under the heading "Oriswold and Walker 
Trust estate".) 
Newcastle av. : 

Paving, from Diversey a v. to Fullerton a v. (See "Pav- 
ing, from N. Oak Park av. to N. Harlem av.. etc." 
under the heading "Schubert av.") 
Sewer, from W. North av. to 160 ft. south of Armitage 
av. (See "Sewer, from W. North av. to 240 ft. 
north of Medill a v.. etc." under the heading "Harlem 
av.") 



Newcastle av. : 

Water supply pipe, from Raven st. to 24 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Newell av. : 

Paving, from Avondale a v. to Norwood Park av. (See 
"Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." 
under the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Norwood Park av. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from N. Nev:i 
av. to N. Harlem av.. etc." under the heading "Myr- 
tle av.") 
Sidewalk, from Newark av. to N. Sayre av. (n. side). 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 124 

Newell, Jane: Claim. Order, Passed 1974 

Newgard (Henry) & Co. : Sale of slate panels to the City. 

Order, Passed 1603-4 

Newhaus, P. : Claim. Order, Passed 1282-:: 

Newland av. : 

Drains, between Diversey av. and Fullerton av., etc. (sys- 
tem ) . Ordinance, Passed 1320 

Paving, from Diversey av. to Fullerton av. (See "Paving, 
from N. Oak Park av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under 
the heading "Schubert av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Natoma av. 
to N. Harlem av." under the heading "Addison st." ) 
Sewers, from W. North av. to 160 ft. south of Armitage 
av.. and from Armitage av. to Dickens av. (See 
"Sewer, from W. North av. to 240 ft. north of Me- 
dill av.. etc." under the heading "Harlem av.") 
Water supply pipe, from Metropole st. to 144 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 1267-8 

Newman, I. C. : Canopy. Order, Passed 2190 

Newman. K. C. : Post on sidewalk. Order, Passed .... 492 

Newman, Louis: Sign. Order, Passed 1804 

Newspapers and magazines : 

Official newspaper of the City for 1923. Come, from 

the Compt. (noting bids), Piib .1621 

Order (awarding contract to The Calumet Pub- 
lishing Co.), Passed 1621 

Publication of ordinances. (See the notations under the 

respective ordinances.) 
"The Knights' Day": notification of the publication of a 
series of poems concerning the large cities of the 
TT. S. in the magazine. Come, Pub. and Filed.. 523-4 
Newton st. : Vacation of the street. (See under the head- 

ing "Vacations of streets".) 
Niagara av. : 

Paving, from Avondale av. to Northcott av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av.. etc." under 
the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Paving, from Norwood Park av. to Newark av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1693-4 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Northcott av. and 

Avondale av. (See the notations under "Paving, 

from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under the 

heading "Myrtle av.") 

Water service pipes, between Newark av. and Norwood 

Park av.. etc. Ordinance, Passed 1813 

Nichols, Charles M. : Payment for services rendered the 
City as a real estate expert in street improvement mat- 
ters. Order. Passed 48-9 

Nichols, J. J. : Claim. Order, Passed 96 

Nickels, William H. : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Nickerson av. : Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Avon- 

dale av. (See the notations under "Paving, from N. 
Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under the heading 
"Myrtle av.") 
Nick's Buick Service Station: Sign. Order, Passed ...1048 

Niehaus, Max: Sign. Order, Passed 2144 

Nielsen, Amalie : Driveway. Order, Passed 1915 

Nielsen. Amelia : Claim. To Finance 1547 

Nielsen. Clarence D. : Driveways. Order. Passed .... 1034 
Nielsen, Jens P. : Vacation of part of W. Division st. (See 

under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Nielsen (S. N.) & Co. : Contract for additional construction 

work on garage for the Bureau of Streets. Order. 

Passed 1722 

Nielsou, A. P. : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Niesen-Pyott Baseball Park : Lease of space in W. Kinzie 

st. See 26 

Order (directing consideration of the matter of the 

repeal of the privilege). Passed 267 

Nigro, Louis : Claim. To Finance 1807 



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Niles, Township of : Annexation of a portion of the town- 
ship to the City of Chicago. (See under the heading 
"Annexation and disconnection of territory".) 
Niles, Village of: Water supply from mains of the City 

of Chicago. Come. (Village Attorney), to Finance.. 64 

Order, Passed 541 

Nilson Brothers : 

Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, Passed 492 

Nina av. : Paving, from W. Circle av. to N. Harlem av. 
(See "Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." 
under the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Nineteenth st. : 

Opening of the street, from S. Crawford av. to S. Kost- 

ner av. Order, to B. L. 1 2000 

Opening of the street, from S. Keeler av. to S. Crawford 
av. and from S. Kostner av. to S. Kildare av. : di- 
rection for the institution of condemnation proceed- 
ings. Order, to B. L. 1 2102 

Premises No. 1539 W. : maintenance of shed. Order, 

to Bldgs '. 647 

Passed 823-4 

Eiser and stairway in sidewalk space, at n.w. cor. of S. 

Dearborn st. (See under the heading "Euprecht, 

Martha A.") 

Tunnel under and across the street, west of S. Eockwell 

st. (See under the heading "Fleischmann Co., The".) 

Ninetieth st. : 

Eailroad crossing at Vincennes av. : installation of gates. 
(See under "B. & O. E. E. Co." under the heading 
"Eailroads".) 
Sewer, from S. Paulina st. to S. Ashland av. (See "Sew- 
ers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Sidewalks, from S. Bishop st. to S. Ashland av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 582-3 

Sidewalk, from Eberhart av. to South Park av. (n.side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1131 

Sidewalks, from S. Leavitt st. to S. Western av. (both 

sides), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed ....1043 

Ninety-eighth st. : Establishment of sidewalk line, from S. 
Winchester av. to S. Eobey st. (s. Side). Ordinance, 

Passed 581 

Ninety-fifth st. : 

Eailroad crossing at C, E. I. & P. Ey. : installation of 
gates. (See under "C, E. I. & P. By. Co." under 
the heading "Eailroads".) 
Sewer, from Charles st. to Longwood drive. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Sidewalk, from S. Ashland av. to Charles st. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1239 

Switch track across the street, west of Harvard av. (See 
under "Conway (E. F.) Co." under the heading 
"Switch tracks".) 
"Through traffic /street", from Vincennes av. to Long- 
wood drive. Ordinance, Passed 1303-4 

Beport of newspaper publication. See 1393 

Watering trough at Vincennes av. : direction for installa- 
tion. Order, Passed 1238 

Widening of the street, from S. State st. to S. Western 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1805 

Ninety-fifth st. incinerator. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "Waste Disposal, Bureau of".) 
Ninety-first st. : 

Filling station at Vincennes av. : permission for main- 
tenance. Order, Passed 1037 

Sewers, from Indiana av. to S. Wabash av., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 2143 

Sewer, from S. Paulina st. to Prospect square. (See 
"Sewers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st, etc." 
under the heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Sewers, from S. State st. to Lafayette av., etc. (system) 

(suppl. spec, assess.). Ordinance, Passed 1007-8 

Sidewalk, from Stony Island av. to Dante av. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1008 

Water meter at No. 2865 E. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1130 

Passed 1659-60 

Water meter at No. 3311 E. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1537 

Passed 1973-4 



Ninety-fourth st. : 

Paving, from Pleasant av. to S. Winchester av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2100 

Paving, from St. Lawrence av. to South Park av. (See 
"Paving, from E. 95th st. to E. 93rd st, etc." under 
the heading "Ehodes av.") 

Sewer, from Beverly av. to Charles st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st") 
Ninety-second pi. : Sewer, from S. Leavitt st. to 300 ft. east 

of S. Western av. (See "Sewers, from W. 47th st. to 

W. 69th St., etc." under the heading "Aberdeen st") 

Ninety-second st. : 

Paving, from S. Hoyne av. to S. Eobey st., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 2146-7 

Sewer, from S. Paulina st. to Beverly av. (See "Sewers, 

from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the 

heading "Aberdeen St.") 
Ninety-seventh st. : 

Sidewalks, from Throop st. to Winston av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1043 

Water supply pipe, from Throop st. to 156 ft. west. 

Order, Passed 499 

Ninety-sixth st. : 

Sidewalk, from Escanaba av. to Marquette av. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1006 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Ninety-third st. : 

Paving, from Ehodes av. to South Park av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from E. 95th st. to E. 93rd st, etc." under the 
heading "Ehodes av.") 
Sewer, from Beverly av. to S. Leavitt st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st, etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st") 
Sewers, from S. Hoyne av. to S. Leavitt st., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 877 

Ninth Ward : Carnivals in the Ward : direction for the 

withholding of permits for operation. Order, Passed.. 480 

Nip, Fugar : Claim. Order, Passed 1599 

Nirison, H. B. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1727-8 

Nissen, Paul P. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1319 

Passed 1487 

Nitro-glycerine. (See the heading "Explosives".) 

Nitschke, Mrs. G. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Noble st. : 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Tank (gasoline) at No. 742 : permission for maintenance. 

Order, Passed 489 

Noel State Bank : Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Noelle, J. B. : Payment for work done for the City. Or- 
der, Passed 1790-1 

Noelle (J. B.) Co. : 

Kedzie av. Municipal Bath : payment for rehabilitating 

and painting. Order, Passed 1552 

Municipal Pier : payment for work on roof. Order, 

Passed 738-9 

Police station at No. 625 S. Clark st. : payment for clean- 
ing and painting. Order, Passed 715 

Non-Partisan Property Owners' Improvement Assn. of the 
New 23rd Ward : Bequest for certain changes in the 

proposed "zoning ordinance". Petition, to Bldgs 1888 

Nordica av. : 

Extension of water supply pipe, to a point 400 ft. north 

of Diversey av. Ordinance, Passed 1885 

Extension of water supply pipe, from a point between 
W. 54th st. and W. 53rd st. to W. 52nd st. Order, 

Passed 1914-15 

Paving, from Diversey av. to Fullerton av. (See "Paving, 
from N. Oak Park av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under 
the heading "Schubert av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Natoma av. 
to N. Harlem av." under the heading "Addison st.") 
Sewer, from Fullerton av. to Medill av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1047 

Sewers, from W. North av. to 160 ft. south of Armitage 
av., and from Armitage av. to 260 ft. north of 
Belden av. (See "Sewer, from W. North av. to 240 
ft. north of Medill av., etc." under the heading 
"Harlem av.") 



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117 




Nordica a v. : 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to 320 ft. north of 

W. 54th st. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to 84 ft. south of 

W. 56th st. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Belmont av. to Wellington av. 

Ordinance, Passed 2148 

Water supply pipe, from Fullerton av. to Medill av. 

Ordinance, Passed 1480-1 

Water supply pipe, from Hayes av. • to 300 ft. south of 

Imlay st. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from 300 ft. south of Imlay st. to 

265 ft. north of Newell av. Order, Passed 2123 

Norgaard, Paul : Claim. Filed) 1797 

Normal av. : 

Bridge across Auburn Park Lakes. (See under "Bridges 

and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Premises No. 2944 : addition to porch. Order, Passed. . 108 
Sewer, from W. Marquette road to W. 69th st. (See 

"Sewers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." under 

the heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Normandy av. : 

Sewer, from W. North av. to Cortland st. (See "Sewer, 

from W. North av. to 240 ft. north of Medill av., 

etc." under the heading "Harlem av.") 
Water supply pipe connection at Archer av. Order, 

Passed 1314 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 56th st. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Irving Park boul. to 120 ft. 

southward. Order, Passed 10612-5 

Water supply pipe, from Raven st. to 24 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Norris, Joseph R. : Claim. To Finance 1361 

North Austin Evangelical Lutheran Church : Free permits 

for erection of church building. Order, Passed 263-4 

North av. : 

Baseball park at N. Linder av. : rebuilding of grandstand 

and fence. Order, Passed 263 

' Canopy at Nos. 4045-57 W. (See under the heading 

"Tiffin Theatre Corp.") 
Canopy at Nos. 4053-59 W. (See under the heading 

"Tiffin Building Corp.") 
Drains, between N. Austin av. and N. Narragansett av. 

(n. side) . Ordinance, Passed 1047 

Paving, from 54 ft. west of N. Austin av. to N. Nar- 
ragansett av. Ordinance, Passed 136 

Sewers, west of Austin av. (n. side) : permission to the 

Village of Oak Park to make connections. Order, 

Passed ." . 1248 

Sewer, from N. Harlem av. to N. Natchez av. (See 

"Sewer, from W. North av. to 240 ft. north of Medill 

av., etc." under the heading "Harlem av.") 
Sidewalk, from North Park av. to Orleans st. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2040 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 3823 W. (See under 

the heading "Morris, Grover".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 6008 W. (See under 

the heading "Austin Tire & Rubber Co.") 
Water meter at No. 2808 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 257 

Passed 562 

Water service pipes, between N. Austin av. and N. Nar- 
ragansett av. Ordinance, Passed 1032 

Water supply pipe, from N. Central a v. to N. Luna av. 

(s. side) . Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from N. Luna av. to N. Linder av. 

(s. side). Order, Passed 64-5 

Water supply pipe, from N. Mansfield av. to N. Mayfield 

av. (n. side). Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from N. Narragansett av. to N. Nash- 
ville av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 664 

North Avenue Bath House: Sign. Order, Passed ....53-4 

North Avenue State Bank : Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
North Central Improvement Association : Water from fire 

hydrants. Order, Passed 2095 

North End Improvement Club : Increase in size of water 

meter. Order, Passed 1232 



North Park av. : Premises Nos. 1453-57 : permission for 
construction of three-story-and-basement building. Or- 
der, Passed 577 

North Shore av. : 

Paving, from N. Rockwell st. to N. California av. (See 
"Paving, from Albion av. to Pratt av., etc." under 
the heading "Talman av.") 
Paving, from N. Western av. to N. Rockwell st. (See 
"Paving, from Albion av. to Pratt av., etc." under 
the heading "Artesian av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in N. Fairfield av., 
N. Washtenaw av. and N. Talman av. (See. the 
notations under "Paving, from Albion av. to Pratt 
av., etc." under the heading "Talman av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in N. Maplewood av. 
and N. Artesian av. (See the notations under "Pav- 
ing, from Albion av. to Pratt av., etc." under the 
heading "Artesian av.") 
Sidewalk, from Lakewood av. to Glenwood av. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 653 

North Shore Fireproof Storage Co. : Canopy. Order, 

Passed 1875-6 

North Shore Trust & Savings Bank : Banner. Order, 

Passed 1362 

North Side Motors Co. : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1310 

Sign. Order, Passed 1692 

North Side Spring Service Co.: Signs (roof). Orders 

(referred Nov. 2, 1921, p. 1145, and March 8, 1922, p. 

2214) Filed 31 

North Water st. : Bridge (ornamental) across the street, 
at N. Michigan av. (See under the heading "Wrigley, 
Jr. (Wm.) Co.") 
Northcott av. : 

Paving, from Nickerson av. to N. Neva av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under 
the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Northern Bank Note Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed ..1590 
Northrup, John L. : Lease of space on the Municipal Pier. 

Order, to Harbor Board 2005 

Second Order, to Railroads 2195 

Ordinance, Passed 2352 

Northwest Engineering Co. : Cranes : sale to the City. 

Orders, Passed 549, 1968-9 

Northwest Park District : Vacation of Medill av. and an 
adjacent alley. (See under "Medill av." under the 

heading "Vacations of streets".) 
North-West Side Commercial Assn. : Protest against the 
passage of a pending ordinance providing for the vaca- 
tion of part of W. Division st. between N. Kilbourn av. 

and 200 ft. west. Come, to Railroads 600 

Filed 820 

Northwest Side Sisters of Charity: Tag day. (See under 

the heading "Tag days".) 
Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co. (See under the heading 

"Elevated railroads".) 
Northwestern Terra Cotta Co., The : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 1139 

North-Western Trust & Savings Bank : 

Banner. Order, Passed 1307 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 
Northwestern University Settlement : 

Street festival. Order. Passed 246 

Lse of Augusta st. for play purposes. Order, Passed.. 246 
Northwestern Yeast Co. : Vacation of alleys in J. G. Keen- 
on's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Norton, D. O. : Sign. Order, Passed 1996 

Norton, J. Foote : Vacation of an alley in Rountree's Addn. 
to Beverly Hills. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Norton, Walter J. : Pipe. Ordinance, to S. & A 1868 

Norwegian-Danish Methodist Deaconess Home : Free per- 
mits for erection of building. Order, Passed 585 

Norwegian-Danish M. E. Deaconess Women's Home : Tag 

day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Norwegian-Danish Young Women's Christian Home Society : 

Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Norwegian Lutheran Bethesda Home : Tag day. (See un- 
der the heading "Tag days".) 
Norwegian Lutheran Children's Home Society : Tag day. 
(See under the heading "Tag days".) 



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Norwegian Old Peoples Home : Tag day. ( See under the 

heading- "Tag days".) 
Norwood, C. H. : Settlement of claims in connection with 

contract for installation of electrical machinery and 

equipment of the Franklin-Orleans st. bridge. Order, 

Passed 541 

Norwood Coal & Supply Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed. 969 

Amended 1029 

Norwood-Noonan Co. : 

Payment for the installation of temporary apparatus for 
the operation of the Madison st. bridge leaves. 
Order, Passed 532-3 

Sale of Channel lamps to the City. Order, Passed ...2029 
Norwood Park av. : Water supply pipe, from Newark av. 

to Niagara av. Order, Passed 64-5 

Norwood Park Coal & Supply Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 869 

Norwood Park District : Vacation of Ardmore av., North- 

cott av. and adjacent alleys. (See the notations under 

"Ardmore av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Norwood Park Evangelical Lutheran Church, The : Free 

permits for erection of church building. Order, 

Passed 579 

Norwood Park, Township of : Annexation of a portion of 

the township to the City of Chicago. (See under the 

heading "Annexation and disconnection of territory".) 
Norwood st. : Water supply pipe, from N. Melvina av. to 

MeLeod av. Order. Passed 1774-0 

Nottingham av. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Natoma av. 
to N. Harlem av." under the heading "Addison St.") 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. northward to W. 

52nd st. Order, Passed 1478 

Novotny, Otto : Suspension from the Fire Dept. in connec- 

tion with Kn Klux Klan investigation. Order, Passcd.1730 

Nowak, Charles : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 853 

Nowicki Brothers: Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs 847 

Nunemaker, Elizabeth : Canopies. Orders, Passed . . 105, 473 

Nursery st. : 

Switch track in and along the street, east of Ward st. 
(See under the heading "Kreuter, Adam".) 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Nydan, John J. : Remodeling of building. Order, to 

B Idps. 1221 

Passed '. 1382 

o. 

Oak Park av. : 

Paving, from Diverse}' av. to Fullerton av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from N. Oak Park av. to N. Harlem av., etc." 
under the heading "Schubert av.") 

Repair of the roadway, from Fullerton av. to W. North 
av. Order (referred May 20, 1921, p. 254), 
Filed 1797 

Sewer, from Addison st. to Roscoe st. Ordinance, 

Passed 870 

Sewers, from W. North av. to 160 ft. south of Armitage 
av., and from Armitage av. to Castello av. (See 
"Sewer, from W. North av. to 240 ft. north of Me- 
dill av., etc." under the heading "Harlem av.") 

Water supply pipe, from Addison st. to Cornelia av. 

Order, Passed '. 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from Raven st. to 24 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed . . ". 1062-5 

Oak Park, Village of : Permission to make sewer connec- 
tions in W. North av. Order, Passed 1248 

Oak st. : Bathing beach. (See under "Lincoln Park Com- 
missioners" under the heading "Parks and boulevards".) 
Oak st. beach. (See under "Lincoln Park Commissioners" 

under the heading "Parks and boulevards".) 
Oakdale av. : 

Repair of the roadway, from N. Crawford av. to N. Tripp 

av. Order, Passed 2100-1 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from Sarak av. to N. Robey 

st. Order, Passed 745 

Sewer, from Broadway to Sheridan road. (See "Sewer, 
from Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." under the 
heading "Clifton av.") 

Water supply pipe, from N. Leclaire av. to N. Laramie 

a v. Order. Passed 1774-6 



Oakenwald av. : Resurfacing of pavement, from E. 43rd st. 

to E. 44th pi. Order, to Finance 107 

Passed 541-2 

Oakes, Edward C. : Claim. Order, Passed ,.619-20 

Onkhaven Old Peoples' Home of Chicago : 

Free permits for erection of building. Order, Passed.. 1040 

Water and sewer connections and free use of city water. 

Order. Passed 1367 

Oakley av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between W. 22nd st. and 

W. 24th st. Order, Passed 1009 

Drains, between W. 105th st. and W. 107th St., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 583 

Paving, from W. 105th st. to W. 107th St., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connections in W. 104th st. and 
W. 105th st.) Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. 

and to S. & A 5-10 

Ordinance, Passed 519 

Paving, from W. 101st st. to W. 103rd st. (See "Paving, 
from Longwood drive to S. Western av., etc." under 
the heading "One hundred first st.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water service pipes, between W. 105th st. and W. 107th 

St., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 583 

Water supply pipe, from W. 91st st. to 300 ft. north of 

W. 90th st. Ordinance, Passed 500 

Water supply pipe, from W. 91st st. to 299 ft. north 

of W. 90th st. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from W. 91st st. to W. 95th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1148 

Oakley Bottling Works : Claim. To Finance 245 

Oakley boul. : Filling station at s.w. cor. of Fulton st. 

Order, to Q., O. cC- E. L 1991 

Second Order, Passed - . 2094 

Amendment, to G., O. d E. L 2193 

Oblaza, Walter: Maintenance of building. Order, 

Passed 1413 

O'Brien, Dan : Temporary real estate office. Order, to 

Bldgs 1482 

Passed 1757 

O'Brien, E. L. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1142 

O'Brien, Edward ,T. : Installation of water service pipe. 

Order. Passed 1701 

O'Brien, J.: Alterations to building. Order, Passed.. 858 

O'Brien. J. J.: Claim. To Finance 1883 

O'Brien, J. S. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1134 

O'Brien, .Tames F. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

O'Brien, John : 

Claim. Order, Passed , 561 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1220 

O'Brien, John J.: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

O'Brien (Peter J.) & Co.: Claim. To Finance 2039 

O'Brien, Thomas W. : Driveway. Order, Passed 580-1 

O'Connell, John T. : Payment for services rendered the 
City as a real estate expert in street improvement mat- 
ters. Order, Passed 48-9 

O'Connell, Patrick B. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

O'Connor, Bernice : Payment of salary. Order, Passed. 218 

O'Connor, Harry: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2146 

O'Connor, John : Driveways. Order, Passed 1359 

Oconto av. : 

Drains, between Talcott av. and Peterson av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1694 

Paving, from Peterson av. to Hood av. (See "Paving, 
from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av.. etc." under the 
heading "Myrtle av.") 
Paving, from Peterson av. to Talcott av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1543 

Water service pipes, between Talcott av. and Peterson 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1412 

Odell av. : Vacation of the street. (See under the head- 

ing "Vacations of streets".) 
O'Donnell, Joseph: Driveways. Orders, Passed. .. .867, 868 

O'Donnell, W. J. : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1413 

Paused 1611 

Oelke, Dr. E. H. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 1623-4 



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Officers (general) : 

(See also the heading "City employes".) 
Annual Appropriation Bill for 1922 : direction that ad- 
ministrative officials co-operate with the Com. on 
Finance in an attempt to reduce certain proposed 
appropriations by $2,200,000. Order (referred 

Feb. 3, 1922, pp. 1849-51), Filed 753 

Appearance before a subcommittee investigating rates of 
compensation paid experts by the City : direction 
for the furnishing of information and records. 

Order (referred Aug. 3, 1921, pp. 1005-7). Filed 25 

Bonds, officials. ( See under the heading "Bonds and 
bond issues".) 

Offices (general) : 

Closing of City offices on special days : 

April 3, 1923 (Election Day). Order, Passed ...2194 

Dec. 12, 1922 (Election Day). Order, Passed ..1465 

Feb. 12. 1923 (Lincoln's birthday). Order. Passed. 1802 
Feb. 2)2, 1923 (Washington's birthday). Order, 

Passed 1868 

Feb. 27, 1923 (Election day). Order, Passed ....1882 

July 3, 1922. Order, Passed 871 

May 29, 1922. Order, to Finance 266 

Filed 623 

May 30, 1922 ( Memorial Day I . Proclamation 

(Mayor), Pub. and Filed 288-9 

Nov. 7, 1922 (Election day). Order, Passed ...1227-8 

Nov. 11, 1922 (Armistice day). Resolution, 

Adopted ..: 1221-2 

Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and Filed 1266 

October 9, 1922 (Fire Prevention Day). Resolu- 
tion, Adopted 1048 

Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and Filed .. 1058-9 
Suits against City officials. (For general data, if any, 
see under ''Suits" under the heading "Law, Depart- 
ment of". For suits against particular officials, see 
under the names of such officials.) 
officers Reserve Corps. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "TI. S. Government".) 
Official bonds. (See the heading "Bonds and bond issues".) 
Ogallah av. : Water supply pipe, from Oketo av. to Onarga 

av. Order. Passed 64-5 

Ogden av. : 

Extension of the street from Union Park to Lincoln Park : 
Appropriations for engineering and other services. 

See 2302-5 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous'' under the heading 
"Finance".) 
('. & X. W. By.: appropriations for the construction, 
reconstruction and maintenance of railroad 
bridges in connection with the extension of 

Ogden av. See' 2305 

Experts, special counsel, etc. : authority for employ- 
ment, payment of bills, etc. (See the various 
notations under "Employes" under the heading 
"Local Improvements, Board of".) 
Improvement of a strip of ground 19 ft. 2 in. in 
width in the center of the roadway, from W. 
Randolph st. and Bryan pi. to Cornell st. : ap- 
propriation for the work. See 2304 

Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co. : requirement for 
the placing of two rows of columns in Ogden 
av. in lieu of four rows. Ordinance, Passed.1553-4 

Paving, from Rees st. to W. Division st. : authority 

to advertise for bids. Order, Passed 1324 

Order (accepting the' bid of the White 

Paving Co.) , Passed 1374 

Payment for paving: direction for withholding of 

final payment pending an inspection of the 

work and its acceptance. Order, Passed. . . . 2361 

Filling station at s.w. cor. of Sedgwick st. : direction for 

withholding of permits for erection. Order, 

Passed 1874 

Ornamental clock, at n.w. cor. of W. Madison st. (See 

under the heading "Reliance State Bank".) 
Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at Nos. 2130-40. (See under 

the heading "Sunshine Garage".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 3152. (See under the 

heading "Kaplan, Louis".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at Nos. 3739-41. (See under 
the beading "Otto's Auto Shop".) 



Ogden av. : 

Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 4038. (See under 

the heading "Kaska, Edward".) 
Water meter at No. 2701: removal. Order, to 

Finance 1321 

Filed 1797 

Water supply pipe, from W. Division st. to North Park av. 

Order, Passed 682-3 

Ogden Avenue Street-Improvement Bond Fund. (For data, 
if any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 
Ogden Omnibus Line : Application for authority to operate 
a bus line between certain points in Chicago and the 
village of Park Ridge. Come, and Petition, to Local 

Trans j 394 

Ogden Park M. E. Church : 

Church building : free permits tin- erection. Order, 

Passed 259 

Wooden window frames in church building: permission 

for use. Order, Passed 1034 

Oglesby av. : 

Drains, between E. 93rd st. and E. 94th st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed m 

Paving, from E. 83rd st. to South Chicago av. (See 

"Paving, from E. 83rd st. to South Chicago av.. etc." 

under the heading "Clyde av.") 

Paving, from E. 93rd st. to E. 94th st. Ordinance 

(deferred March 29, 1922, p. 2359), Recommitted 

to B. L. I 2343 

Paving, at the intersection of E. 71st st. (See "Paving, 
from Stony Island av. to Yates av., etc." under the 
heading "Seventy-first st.") 
Water service pipes, between E. 93rd st. and E. 94th 

st. Ordinance, Passed Ill 

O'Grady, William J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Amended 1749-50 

Ogren. Edward : Claim. Filed 1797 

O'Hara, Thomas: Claim. To Finance 1321 

Ohio st. : 

Boulevarding of the street. (See under the heading 

"Parks and boulevards".) 
Filling station at Nos. 122-28 W. : permission for opera- 
tion. Order, Passed 1018 

Shed at No. 1929 W. : permission for maintenance. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1687 

Passed 1891 

Sidewalk, from Rush st. to Cass st. (s. side). Ordi- 
nance, Passed 490 

Stairway and risers in sidewalk space, at No. 116 W. 

(See under the heading "Welge, Henry".) 
Street-name sign at n. e. cor. of N. Long av. Order, 

Passed 2047 

"Through traffic street", from Lake Shore drive to Or- 
leans st. Ordinance, Passed 994-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1180 

Ohio St. Beach. (See under "Bathing beaches, municipal" un- 
der the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Ohlerking, J, II. : Claim. Order, Passed 561 

Oil-burning equipments. (See under the heading "Inflammable 

liquids".) 
Oil, fuel. (See the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 
Oil Inspection, Department of: Appropriations (annual). 

See 2256 

Oil peddlers. (See under the heading "Peddlers and ped- 
dling".) 
Oils. (For data, if any, see the heading "Inflammable liquids".) 

O'Kane, James E. : Claim. To Finance 1036 

O'Keefe, Luke: Claim. Order. Passed 1512-14 

Oketo av. : Vacation of the street. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 

Oliff, Jacob : Claim. To Finance . . 2036 

Oliver, Frederick C. : Payment for services rendered the 
City as a real estate expert in street improvement mat- 
ters. Order, Passed 48-9 

Oliver, Mary : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 90 

Olivet Institute : Free license for nursery. Order, Passed 491 
Olivet Mission : Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag 
days".) 

Olles, P. H. : Maintenance of shed. Order, Passed 866 

Olsen, O. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 584 

Passed 894 

Olsen, Oscar E. : Claim. To Finance 644 






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Olsen, Oscar II. : Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

Olson, A. E. : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Olson & Bromstad : Removal and maintenance of building. 

Order, Passed 1368 

Olson, Mrs. Charles : Vacations of alleys in Board of Trade 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Olson, Charles H. : Real estate office. Order, Passed. .181 i> 
Olson, B. H. : Roof sign (permission to E. H. Olson, Carl 

A. Mueller and James A. Donnelly). Order, to Bldgs.loi'S 

Olson, E. W. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Olson, Oscar D. : Driveway. Order, Passed 132-3 

Olson, W. E. : Vacation of alleys in Canal Trustees' Sub. 
(See under the heading ''Vacations of alleys".) 

Olson, Walter O. : Claim. To Finance C039 

Olszewski, Wm. J. : Six-flat building. Order, to Bldgs. . 120 

Passed 513 

Olszowka, Edw. G. : Driveway. Order, Passed 242 

Omaha Packing Co. : Direction for an investigation of the 
slaughtering-house operated at Lumber st. and S. Hal- 
sted st. Order (referred Jan. 18, 1922, p. 1719), 

Filed 1985 

O'Malley-Beare Valve Co. : Vacation of alleys in Second 
Roseland Heights Sub. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

O'Malley, Frank : Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

O'Meara, Stephen : Address before the Council in connec- 
tion with Field Day Sports of the Dept. of Police. 

Noted - • . 1052 

One hundred eighth pi. : 

Sewer, from Throop st. to the P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. 
(See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., 
etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh st.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Vincennes a v. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from W. 103rd st. to 
Monterey av." under the heading "Vincennes av.") 
One hundred eighth st. : 

Sewer, from S. Morgan st. to Loomis st. (See "Sewer, 
from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., etc." under the 
heading "One hundred seventh st.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
One hundred eleventh pi. : 

Sewer, from the P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. to S. Racine 
av. (See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy 
av., etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh 

St.") 

One hundred eleventh st. : 

Paving, from Vincennes av. to S. Halsted st. Order, 

to Finance 44 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from S. Western av. to S. 

California a v. Order, to Finance 44 

Passed 542 

Sewer, from S. Halsted st. to 40 ft. east of S. Bishop 
st. (See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy 
av., etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh 

St.") 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

"Through traffic street", from Longwood drive to S. 

Western av. Ordinance, Passed 2044-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2158 

One hundred fifteenth st. : 

Drains, between Longwood drive and Lothair av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1043 

Paving, from Longwood drive to 565 ft. west. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 44 

Sewer, from S. Halsted st. to Laflin st. (See "Sewer, 
from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., etc." under the 
heading "One hundred seventh St.") 

Sidewalk, from Longwood drive to 549.1 ft. northwesterly 

thereof (n. e. side). Ordinance, Passed 1149 

Water service pipes, between Longwood av. and Lothair 

av. Ordinance, Passed 877 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Vincennes av. 

Order, Passed 292-3 

One hundred fifth pi. : Paving, from Vincennes av. to 

Church st. (See "Paving, from W. 103rd st. to W. 104th 

St., etc." under the heading "Loomis st.") 
One hundred fifth st. : 

Paving, from S. Morgan st. to Throop st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 103rd st. to W. 107th St., etc." under the 
heading "Racine av.") 



One hundred fifth st. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in S. Leavitt st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from W. 105th st. to 
W. 107th st., etc." under the heading "Oakley av.") 
Sewer, at the intersection of S. Morgan st. (See the 
notations under "Paving, from W. 103rd st. to W. 
107th st., etc." under the heading "Racine av.") 
Sidewalk, from Walden Parkway to Longwood drive (n. 

side). Ordinance, Passed 44 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from S. Leavitt st. to 24 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 1267 : 8 

One hundred first st. : 

Establishment of sidewalk lines, between S. Leavitt st. 

and S. Robey st. (n. side). Ordinance, Passed... 261 

Establishment of sidewalk lines, between S. Leavitt st. 
and S. Winchester av. (s. side). Ordinance, 

Passed 261 

Paving, from S. Halsted st. to Eggleston av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1885 

Paving, from Longwood drive to S. Western av., etc. 
(system) (including sewer connections in the street 
and in W. 100th st. and W. 102nd st.). Recom., 

Est. and Ordinance, Puo. and to S. & A 1183-92 

Ordinance, Passed 1424 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1265-6.) 
Paving, from S. Racine av. to S. Halsted st. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 99th st. to W. 103rd st., etc." under 
the heading "Racine av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in S. Carpenter st., 
S. Morgan st., S. Sangamon St., S. Peoria st. and S. 
Green st. (See the notations under "Paving, from 
W. 99th st. to W. 103rd St., etc." under the head- 
ing "Racine av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Longwood drive, 
S. Seeley av., S. Hoyne av., S. Leavitt st., S. Oakley 
av. and S. Western a v. (See the notations under 
"Paving, from Longwood drive to S. Western av., 
etc.", above.) 
Sidewalk, from S. La Salle st. to 124.5 ft. east (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 574 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from S. Robey st. to 77 ft. eastward. 

Order, Passed 64-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of S. Seeley av. 

Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of S. Seeley av. 

Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from S. State st. to Lafayette av., 

etc. Ordinance, Passed 112 

One hundred fourteenth pi. : Sewer, from Loomis st. to 

Laflin st. (See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glen- 
roy av., etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh 

St.") 

One hundred fourteenth st. : Store building at s. e. cor. 

of Forrestville av. : prohibition against issuance of permit 

for erection. Order, Passed 2037 

One hundred fourth pi. : Paving, from S. Morgan st. to S. 

Racine av. (See "Paving, from W. 103rd st. to W. 107th 

St., etc." under the heading "Racine av.") 
One hundred fourth st. : 

Paving, from S. Morgan st. to Vincennes av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 103rd st. to W. 107th st, etc." under 
the heading "Racine av.") 

Paving, from Vincennes av. to Prospect av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 103rd st. to W. 104th st., etc." under 
the heading" "Loomis st.") 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in S. Leavitt st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from W. 105th st. to 
W. 107th st., etc." under the heading "Oakley av.") 

Sidewalks, from S. Seeley av. to S. Leavitt st. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 1043 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
One hundred nineteenth st. : 

Sidewalk, from S. Michigan av. to S. State st. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 238 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 



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One hundred ninth pi. : 

Sewer, from Throop st. to the P., C, C. & St. L. R. E. 
(See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., 
etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh st.") 

Water supply pipe, from Throop st. to S. Racine av. 

Order, Passed 682-3 

One hundred ninth st. : 

Sewer, from Throop st. to the P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. 
(See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., 
etc. under the heading "One hundred seventh st.") 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Vincennes av. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from W. 103rd st. to 
Monterey av." under the heading "Vincennes av.") 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
One hundred second st. : 

Paving, from S. Leavitt st. to S. Western av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from Longwood drive to S. Western av., etc." 
under the heading "One hundred first st.") 

Paving, from S. Racine av. to S. Halsted st. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 99th st. to W. 103rd st., etc." under the 
heading "Racine av.") 

Sewer (intercepting), from Avenue N to Avenue O. (See 
"Intercepting sewer, etc." under the heading "Sani- 
tary District of Chicago, The".) 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in S. Leavitt st., S. 
Irving a v., S. Oakley av. and S. Western av. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from Longwood drive 
to S. Western av., etc." under the heading "One hun- 
dred first st.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in S. May St., Aber- 
deen St., S. Carpenter St., S. Morgan St., S. Sangamon 
st., S. Peoria st. and S. Green st. (See the notations 
under "Paving, from W. 99th st. to W. 103rd st., 
etc." under the heading "Racine av.") 
One hundred seventeenth pi. : 

Paving, from Wallace st. to S. Halsted st. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 115th st. to W. 118th st.. etc." under 
the heading "Union av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in S. Halsted st., 
Lowe av. and Wallace st. (See the notations under 
"Paving, from W. ll"5th st. to W. 118th St., etc." 
under the heading "Union av.") 
One hundred seventeenth st. : 

Paving, from Wallace st. to S. Halsted st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 115th st. to W. 118th st., etc., under the 
heading "Union av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Lowe av. and Wal- 
lace st. (See the notations under "Paving, from W. 
115th st. to W. 118th st., etc." under the heading 
"Union av.") 

Vacation of the street. I See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Vincennes av. 

Order, Passed 292-3 

One hundred seventh pi. : 

Sewer, from Loomis st. to the P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. 
(See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., 
etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh St.") 

Water supply pipe, from Loomis st. to Throop st. Or- 
der, Passed 1062-5 

One hundred seventh st. : 

Drains, between S. Hoyne av. and S. Western av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1239 

Paving, from S. Hoyne av. to S. Western av., etc. (sys- 
tem). Ordinance, Passed 1149 

Paving, from Vincennes av. to Prospect av. (See "Paving, 
from W. 103rd st. to W. 104th St., etc." under the 
heading "Loomis st.") 

Sewer, from Wentworth a v. to Glenroy av., etc. (system) 
(with wing sewers in S. Halsted st.). Recom., 

Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 8. & A 314-26 

Ordinance, Passed 913-14 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Water service pipes, between S. Irving av. and S. Western 

av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1413 

One hundred sixteenth pi. : 

Paving, from Wallace st. to S. Halsted st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 115th st. to W. 118th St., etc." under the 
heading "Union av.") 



One hundred sixteenth pi. : 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers at alley first east of 
S. Halsted st. and at alley first west of Lowe av. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from W. 115th st. 
to W. 118th st., etc." under the heading "Union av.") 

Sewer, from Wallace st. to Lowe av. Ordinance, Passed.1306 
One hundred sixteenth st. : 

Paving, from Wallace st. to S. Halsted st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 115th st. to W. 118th st., etc." under the 
heading "Union av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers at alley first east of 

S. Halsted st. and at alley first west of Lowe av. 

(See the notations under "Paving, from W. 115th st. 

to W. 118th st., etc." under the heading "Union av.") 

One hundred sixth st. : 

Lease of space in the street, west of Torrence av. (See 
under the heading "Willoughby, Frank J.") 

Paving, from S. Hoyne av. to S. Oakley av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 105th st. to W. 107th st., etc." under 
the heading "Oakley av.") 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in S. Racine av. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from W. 103rd st. to 
W. 107th St., etc." under the heading "Racine av.") 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
One hundred tenth pi. : Sewer, from Loomis st. to Aberdeen 

st. (See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., 

etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh st.") 
One hundred tenth st. : 

Sewer, from Avenue O to Avenue E. Ordinance, Passed.2143 

Sewer, from Loomis st. to the P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. 
(See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., 
etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh St.") 

Sewer (intercepting), from South Park av. to A'ernon 
av. (See "Intercepting sewer, etc." under the head- 
ing "Sanitary District of Chicago, The".) 
One hundred third pi. : 

Paving, from S. Morgan st. to S. Racine av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 103rd st. to W. 107th st., etc." under 
the heading "Racine av.") 

Water supply pipe, from 350 ft. east of Aberdeen st. to S. 

Morgan st. Order, Passed 2197 

One hundred third st. : 

Extension of the street eastward from its eastern termi- 
nus : provision for conveyance of certain land to the 
City. (See the notations under "Bessemer av." under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Filling-in of the street, from the Pullman R. R. to Tor- 
rence av. (across Lake Calumet). Order, Passed. 1221 

Filling-in of the street, from Stony Island av. to eastern 

terminus. Order, Passed 1686 

Repair of the roadway under the elevation at Cottage 
Grove av. (Illinois Central R. R. Co.). Order, 
Passed 2143 

Resurfacing of the street, from Vincennes av. to S. Mich- 
igan av. Order, Passed 1406 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Switch track in the street at Vincennes av. (See under 
"C, R. I. & P. Ry. Co." under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 

Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 1999. (See under the 
heading "Dunkle, Frank J.") 

Watering trough' at Wallace st. : direction for removal. 

Order, Passed 1318 

One hundred thirteenth pi. : 

Sewer, from Loomis st. to Laflin st. (See "Sewer, from 
Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., etc." under the head- 
ing "One hundred seventh st.") 

Water supply pipe, from S. Oakley av. to 36 ft. westward. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

One hundred thirteenth st. : Water supply pipe, from Wal- 
lace st. to 48 ft. westward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

One hundred thirtieth st.-* 

Opening of the street, from Indiana av. to Torrence av. : 
direction for the institution of condemnation pro- 
ceedings. Order, to B. L. 1 1731 

Resurfacing, £rom Torrence av. to Carondolet av. Or- 
der, to Finance HO 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
One hundred thirty-first st. : Switch track across the street, 

at the intersection of Buffalo av. (See under "Indiana 

Harbor Belt Ry. Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 



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One hundred thirty-fourth st. : 

Bridge across the Calumet River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Opening of the street, from Brainerd av. to the west line 
of Sec. 36-37-14 : direction for the institution of con- 
demnation proceedings. Order, to B. L. 1 1732 

Roadway grade between Mackinaw av. and the Pennsyl- 
vania R. R. established. Ordinance, Passed 110 

Sewers, from Green Bay av. to Avenue K., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 1006 

One hundred thirty-sixth pi. : Water supply pipe, connect- 
ing with pipe in 136th st. Order, Passed 2037 

One hundred thirty-sixth st. : Water supply pipe, connect- 
ing with pipe in 136th pi. Order, Passed 2037 

One hundred twelfth pi. : 

Sewer, from the P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. to S. Elizabeth 
st. (See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy 
av., etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh 

St.") 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Water meter at No. 2328 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 2045 

One hundred twelfth st. : 

Garage at s. w. cor. of Edbrooke av. : prohibition against 

issuance of permit for erection. Order, Passed. .2037 

Sewer, from the P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. to S. Racine av. 
(See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy av., 
etc." under the heading "One hundred seventh St.") 
One hundred twentieth st. : 

Sidewalk, from Justine st. to S. Ashland av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 113 

Sidewalk, from S. State st. to Wentworth av. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 481 

A'acation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
One hundred twenty-fifth st. : Excavated dirt, between S. 

State st. and Wentworth av. : direction for removal. 

Order, Passed 237 

One hundred twenty-first st. : Vacation of the street. (See 

under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
One hundred twenty-fourth st. : 

Sewer, from S. State st. to 150 ft. west of S. Michigan 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1222 

Water supply pipe, from S. State st. to S. Michigan av., 

etc. Ordinance, Passed .' 2143 

One hundred twenty-seventh st. : Sewers, from 12 ft. east 

of Indiana av. to S. Michigan av. (n. side), etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 1008 

One hundredth st. : 

Bridge across the Calumet River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering. Bu- 
reau of.) 

Establishment of sidewalk line, from S. Winchester av. 

to S. Robey st. (n. side). Ordinance, Passed .... 581-2 

Paving, from Longwood drive to S. Winchester av. (See 
"Paving, from Longwood drive to S. Western av., 
etc." under the heading "One hundred first St.") 

Paving, from S. Racine a v. to S. Halsted st. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 99th st. to W. 103rd st., etc." under 
the heading "Racine av."; 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Longwood drive and 
S. Robey st. (See the notations under "Paving, 
from Longwood drive to S. Western av., etc." under 
the heading "One hundred first St.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in S. May st., S. Car- 
penter St., S. Morgan st., S. Sangamon st., S. Peoria 
st. and S. Green st. (See the notations under "Pav- 
ing, from W. 99th st. to W. 103rd St., etc." under 
the heading "Racine av.") 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Water service pipes, between Normal av. and Eggleston 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1884-5 

■ 

"One-way" traffic. (For general data, if any, see under the 
heading "Traffic regulations". For items concerning par- 
ticular streets, see under the names of the respective 
streets.) 

O'Neill. Francis : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

O'Neill, William : 

Auto-shed. Order, Passed 857 

Driveway. Order, Passed 857 

Honorable mention for 1921. See 462 



Ontario st. : 

Bulkhead, at Nos. 438-40 W. (See under the heading 

"Barrett & Barrett".) 
Entrances in sidewalk space, at s. w. cor. of N. State st. : 

permission for maintenance. Order, Passed 1309 

Oosterbeck, A. J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1740 

Opal Athletic Assn. : Use of certain streets for roller skat- 
ing races. Orders, Passed 115, 2358-9 

Operators of motor vehicles. (For data, if any, see the items 
listed under the heading "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 

Opinions of the Corporation Counsel. (See under the head- 
ing "Law, Dept. of".) 

Orangemen's Organization of Chicago : Construction of 

building. Order, to Bldgs 2198 

Order of the Cenacle : Free permit for erection of convent 

building. Order. Passed 2145 

Ordinances : 

Acceptances of ordinances. (See the notations under the 

names of the respective grantees.) 
Bonds of grantees under ordinances. (See the notations 

under the names of the respective grantees.) 
Chicago Municipal Code of 1922, The : 

Applications for licenses : direction for necessary 
changes in the Code to provide that applications 
for all licenses, insofar as can lawfully be done, 
shall be made to the City Collector. Order, 

Passed 21 

Coffee houses or ordinaries : direction for certain 
changes to be embodied in the proposed modifi- 
cation of City ordinances (exemption, from li- 
cense requirement, of firms or corporations serv- 
ing employes only at cost price and of schools 
of domestic science not operated for profit ; de- 
crease in the minimum license fee for Class I 
establishments; requirement for but one license 
by establishments also doing business as retail 
beverage dealers and public places of amusement). 

Order, Passed 529-30 

"Deadline" for new ordinances : extension of time for 
submission of ordinances for inclusion in the 

Code. Order, Passed 37 

Expiration dates of licenses : direction for changing 
in the Code of the expiration dates on all annual 
licenses so that they will expire either on April 

30th or December 31st. Order, Passed 21 

Garages, public : direction for changes in license fees 
and expiration dates of licenses, and provision 
for pro-rating 1923 licenses, in the Code. Or- 
der, Passed 21-2 

Passage of the Code. Ordinance, Deferred 1307 

Come. (Corp. Counsel and Committee on 

Judiciary). Published 1369-70 

Ordinance, Passed 1369-70 

Presentation of copies of the Code to the Municipal 
Court of Chicago. Order (for 37 copies to 

Judges) , Passed 1967 

Order (for 24 additional copies to Chief 

Justice) , Passed 2164 

Presentation of copies of the Code to sundry offi- 
cials. Orders, Passed and Resolution, Adopted.1991 
Printing of the Code : payment of additional compen- 
sation under contract (T. H. Flood & Co.,). 

Order, Passed 2163 

Appropriation for the purpose. See 2226 

Publication of the Code in book form : direction for 

the work. Ordinance, Passed 1370 

Second-hand stores : direction for inclusion in the 
Code of a change in the language of the ordinance 
licensing and regulating. Resolution, Adopted 

547-S 

"Fire prevention ordinance" : amendment of sundry sec- 
tions of the ordinance. Ordinance, Passed 141-66 

Report of newspaper publication. See 289 

Publication (newspaper) of ordinances. (See the nota- 
tions under the respective ordinances.) 
Ordinaries. (See the heading "Coffee houses or ordinaries".)' 

Ordman, L. : Claim. Order, Passed 620-1 

Orleans Playground. (See under "Playgrounds" under the 
heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bu- 
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Orleans st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering. Bu- 
reau of".) 
Risers in sidewalk space at s. e. cor. of W. Elm st. (See 
under the heading "Sisters of Providence".) 

Orpheum Theatre Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed 2090 

Osborn, Edw. : Report of moneys collected on Railroad 
Shopmen's Relief Committee tag day.. Oct. 0, 1922. 
Come, Pul. and Filed 1305 

Osborne, Maj. I. S. : Operation, maintenance and construc- 
tion of the Municipal Reduction Plant. Report (re- 
ferred March 11, 1921. pp. 2015-17), Filed 25 

O'Shaughnessy, Francis : Payment for services rendered 
the City as special counsel in street improvement matters. 
Order, Passed 48-9 

Oskosh av. : Sidewalk, from Edison Park av. to Olmsted 

av. (s. e. side). Ordinance, Pasted 256 

Ostopovich, Constant: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs. . . .2142 

Ostrowski, Frank: Driveway. Order, Passed 1220 

Oswego st. : Vacation of the street. ( See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 

0*Toole, Dennis : Claim. Order, Paused 96-7 

O'Toole, Wm. R. : Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments". ) 

Ottawa, City of : Loan of a fire engine from the City of 

Chicago. Order. Passed 722 

Ottenhoff, Conrad : Ranoval of excavated dirt for the City. 

Order, Passed 1174 

Ottone (Officer), North Shore Park District: Return of 

revolver. Order, to Police 1547 

Otto's Auto Shop : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

G., 0. d E. L 1593 

Filed 1864 

Our Lady of Good Counsel Church : Street carnival. 

Order. Passed 644-5 

Our Lady of Mercy Church : Alterations in building. 

Order, to Bldgs 657 

Passed 824 

Our Lady of Pompeii Church : Remodeling of building. 

Order, to Bldgs 1992 

Passed 2380-1 

Our Saviour's Eng. Ev. Lutheran Church : Free permits for 

erection of church building Order, Passed 1029 

Outing Association for Crippled Children : Tag day. i See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 

Overhue, Charles B. : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

"Overtime". (For general data, if any, see under the heading 
"City employes". For "overtime" for particular bu- 

reaus and departments, see under the subhead "Employes" 
under the names of the particular bureau and departments 
affected. ) 

Owen, John: Claim (presented as claim of .Mary Owen). 

Ordinance. Passed 1727-8 

Owen & Luny : Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Owen, Mary: Claim. (See under the heading "Owen, 

John".) 

Owens, Thomas : Auto-shed. Order, Paused 2359 

"Own Your Home" Week : Designation of the week of 
March 24 to 31, 1923. Proclamation (Mayor). Pub. 
and Filed 2008 

Oziminski, B. : Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 



P. 



Pabis, John: Maintenance of porch. Order, to Bldgs. .1135 

Passed 1757 

Pacelli, Joseph: Driveways. Order, Passed 251 

Pacific Garden Mission: Sign. Order, Passed 1987 

Packard Pharmacy: Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Packard Truck Co. : Tractor truck : sale to the City. 

Order, Passed • 667-8 

Packer, Joseph : Driveway. Order, Passed 483 

Paddock, J. II.: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 622 

Page Steel & Wire Co. : 

Chain-link fence: sale to the City. Order, Passed... 554 

Maintenance of building and addition thereto. Order. 

to Bldgs 657 

Passed 824 

Wire fence : erection at the Bosley Playground. Order, 

Passed 90 



Pageant of Progress Exposition : 

Funds of the exposition: statement of receipts and dis- 
bursements and recommendation that the exposition 
be continued as an annual affair. Come, from the 

Mayor (referred Jan. 3, 1922, p. 1568). Filed 1210 

"Liberty Bell" : request for exhibition. Resolution 

Adopted ; g 61 

Local Improvements, Board of: authority for sundry ex- 
penditures for exhibits at the exposition. Order, 

Passed 733-4 

(Journal corrected, pp. 939-40.) 
"Morvich Day": direction for observance of the day. 

Resolution, Adopted ; 249 

Pageant of Progress, West Side Representatives of. (See the " 
heading "West Side Representatives of the Pageant of 
Progress".) 
Paint stores: "Retail paint store" defined; licenses re- 
quired: "retail" defined; license fees fixed; provision cov- 
ering establishments otherwise licensed; sanitary regula- 
tions prescribed; penalty. Ordinance, Passed 2106-7 

Report of newspaper publication. See. . . ">34g 

Paints : 

Sale at retail by hardware stores. (See the ordinance 
licensing and regulating, noted under the heading 
"Hardware stores".) 
Sale at retail by paint stores. (See the ordinance licens- 
ing and regulating, noted under the beading "Paint 
stores".) 

Palace Theatre: Sign. Order, Passed 1540 

Paletti, Jacob : Shed. Order, Passed 1013 

Palmer (Bertha Honore), Estate of: Vacations of alleys 
in Fractional Sec. 15. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Palmer Electric Battery Service Co. : Sign. Order, 

Passed _ 49 g 

Palmer St.: Sidewalks, from N. Nordica av. to N. Harlem 

av. (s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 503 

Palmquist & Johnson: Driveways. Order, Passed 1024 

Palumbo & Sons : Contract for the removal of ashes and 
refuse from the Fourteenth St. Pumping Station. Or- 
der, Passed 2371 

Palzer, John: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 96 

Panacea Theater Co. : Addition to theater building and per- 
mission for operation. Ordinance, to Bldgs 486 

Passed 894-5 

Pancoe, Ethel : Driveway. Order, Passed 242 

Pane and Kramer : Driveways. Order, Passed 879 

Panico, Andrew: Street carnival. Order, Passed 489-90 

Panos, Thomas: Addition to building. Order, Passed.. 115 

Second Order, to Bldgs 242 

Passed 895 

Panzarella, Mike: Garage. Order, Passed 171 

Papanek, Steve: Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Paradise Garage: Claim. Order, Passed 561 

Paraffin : Regulations governing boiling of paraffin changed. 

Ordinance (see p. 164), Passed 141-66 

Paramount Garage & Service Station : Gasoline tank and 

pump. Order, to O., O. & E. L 1628 

Filed 1864 

Paramount Service Laundry : Claim. Order, Passed. . . 560 

Paris Belt & Novelty Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Park Ridge, City of : Claim. Filed 624 

Park Ridge, Village of : Temporary sewer connection in 

Rand road. Order, to Finance ' 1233 

Passed 1750 

Parker a v. : 

Drains, between N. Cicero av. and N. Lavergne av., etc.. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 664 

Paving, from N. Cicero av. to N. Lavergne av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from Fullerton av. to Diversey av., etc." under 
the heading "Lamon av.") 
Water service pipes, between N. Cicero av. and N. La- 
vergne av., etc. (system). Ordinance. Passed.... 584 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Karlov av. 

Order, Passed 292-3 ' 

Water supply pipe, from N. Karlov av. to the C, M. & 

St. P. R. R. Order, Passed 292-3 

Parker, Charles G. : Claim. Order, Passed 96 

Parker, Fred: Completion of shed. Order, to Bldgs... 135 

Passed , 513 

Parker, James II.: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Parker, L. A.: Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Parker, William It. : Death. (See under the heading 
"Deaths".) 



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Parks and boulevards: 

(For municipal parks see under the heading "Parks, 

Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Addison st. (See under "Lincoln Park Commissioners", 

below.) 
Ashland boul. (See under "West Chicago Park Commis- 
sioners", below.) 
Austin av. : boulevarding of the street, between W. North 

av. and Belmont av. Order, to 8. & A 1886 

Filed 2189 

Lincoln Park Commissioners : 

Addison st. : boulevarding of the street, from Sheri- 
dan road- to N. Cicero av. Ordinance (referred 

June 30, 1920, p. 742), Filed 2189 

Lake Shore, between E. Ohio st. and E. Chicago av. : 
direction for establishment of a bathing beach 
on lands to be donated by the Commissioners. 

Order, to Parks 1018-19 

Oak st. beach : request for certain equipment at the 

beach. Resolution, Adopted 863-4 

Ohio st. (See under "Ohio St.", below.) 
Vacation of Giddings st. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 
Loomis st. (See under "South Park Commissioners", 

below. ) 
Michigan av. "boulevard connecting link" : 

Appropriation for engineering and other services, 

public benefits, etc. See 2302-3, 2305-6 

Bond issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Fi- 
nance".) 
Experts, special counsel, etc. : authority for employ- 
ment, payment of bills, etc. (See the various 
notations under "Employes" under the heading 
"Local Improvements, Board of".) 
Oak st. beach. (See under "Lincoln Park Commissioners", 

above.) 
Ohio st. : boulevarding of the street from Lake Michigan 

to the City Limits. Ordinance, to 8. & A 1019 

Filed 1300 

South Park Commissioners : 

Fifty-first st. : acceptance (under an ordinance passed 

June 3, 1921, for boulevarding the street between 

Hyde Park boul. and Lake Michigan). See.. 17S 

Loomis st. : boulevarding of the street, between W. 

67th st. and W. 87th st. Ordinance, to 8. 

& A 1367 

Passed 1562-3 

Acceptance and bond. See 1772 

Stony Island av., from E. 66th st. to E. 67th st. : . 
contract for repair of pavement and walks. 

Order, Passed 1556 

Traffic regulations. (See the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
West Chicago Park Commissioners : 

Ashland boul. : request for support in a campaign to 
maintain the boulevard as a part of the West 
Park boulevard system. Come. (Ashland Boul. 
Property Owners' Protective Club), to S. & A.. 1181 

Filed * 1299 

Ohio st. (See under "Ohio st.", above.) 

Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing' Beaches, Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2280-2, 2298 

AppropriatioQs (supplementary). See 705 

Athletic fields, municipal : 

Appropriation for establishment. See 2282 

Boyce Field : authority for installation of plumbing 

(W. J. Siebert). Order, Passed 1376-7 

Boyce Field : establishment of the field on the land 
bounded by W. 42nd St., W. 43rd st., S. Union 

av. and Wallace st. Com. report, Filed 916 

Ordinance, (designating a name for the 

field) , Passed 916 

Central Park av., S. Lawndale av., W. 62nd st. and 
W. 63rd st. (block bounded by) : direction for 
establishment of a field on the property. Or- 
der, Passed 1545 

Fifty-ninth st., S. Robey st., W. 63rd st. and the 
Pennsylvania R. R. (territory bounded by) : es- 
tablishment of a field. Order, to Parks 1478 



Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of: 

Bathing- beaches, municipal : 

Appropriations for maintenance and operation. (See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Parks, etc., 
noted above.) 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Fi- 
nance".) 

Clarendon Beach : acceptance of proposal for the pur- 
chase of bathing suits in storage at the beach 
(J. McGrath). Com. report (deferred and 
published Nov. 2, 1921, p. 1135), Filed 92 6 

Clarendon Beach : appropriation for maintenance and 

repairs. See 22S2 

Lake Front, between' E. Chicago av. and the Muni- 
cipal Pier : direction for consideration of the es 
tablishment of a bathing beach. Order, to 
Paries 1138 

Lake Shore, between E. Ohio st. and E. Chicago av. : 
direction for establishment of a beach on lands 
to be donated by the Lincoln Park Commission- 
ers. Order, to Parks 1018-19 

Lake Shore, north of E. Ohio st. : establishment of 
a bathing beach on the land. Come. (War 
Department) , to Finance 2122 

Ohio St. Beach : appropriation for establishment. 

See 2282 

Rainbow Park Beach : appropriation for maintenance 

and repairs. See 2282 

f Rocky Ledge Beach : appropriation for maintenance 

and repairs. See '2282 

Rogers Park Beach : appropriation for maintenance 

and repairs. See 2282 

Seventy-ninth st. beaches. (For data, if any, see 
"Rainbow Park Beach" and "Rocky Ledge 
Beach", above.) 

Seventy-sixth St. Beach : appropriation for walks, 
parking, shore protection and general improve- 
ments. See 2298 

Water at the bathing beaches : direction for an in- 
vestigation of ways and means of purifying. 
Order, Passed * 571 

Water at the bathing beaches : direction for a report 
showing results of tests made by the Health 
Dept. Order, Passed 2091 

Water purification system : direction for an appro- 
priation of $200,000 for the installation of a 
system. Order, to Finance 1357 

Water swings : direction for installation and opera- 
tion during the seasons of 1922 to 1926. Or- 

dei, Passed 843-4 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Employes : 

Clerk (principal) : provision for employment in lieu 
of a senior clerk. Amendment (to the Ap- 
prop. Bill for 1923), to Finance.: 2358 

Life guards: appropriations for salaries. (See the 
appropriations for the Bureau of Parks, etc., 
noted above.) 

Motor truck drivers : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 542-3 

Playground director : increase in salary rate. Or- 
der, Passed 1166 

Stenographer (senior) : authority for employment in 
lieu of a junior stenographer. Amendment 
(to the Approp. Bill for 1923), to Finance 2364 

Sundry employes : appropriation for extra services. 

See 705 

Equipment : 

Automobile (Haynes) : authority for purchase, and 
exchange of old automobile in part payment. 
Order, Passed 739 

Automobile trucks : authority for purchase (General 
Motors Truck Co. and Dashiell Motor Co.). 

Order, Passed 22 

Amended 543 

Parks, municipal : 

Appropriations for maintenance and operation. (See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Parks, 
Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, noted above.) 






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Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing- Beaches, Bureau of: 

Parks, municipal : 

Baseball clubs, boys' : direction that playground di- 
rectors assist in the organization of boys' base- 
ball clubs. Subject matter (referred March 
22, 1922, p. 2305), Filed 229 

Bickerdike Park: purchase of fence (Page Steel & 

Wire Co.) . Order, Passed 554 

Buildings in parks : permission for free use for meet- 
ing purposes by the American Legion. Order, 
Passed 854-5 

Clarendon av., between Lawrence av. and Wilson av. 
(e. side) : direction for action to provide suf- 
ficient funds for acquisition of the property as 
a site for a park. Order, Passed 916 

Marquette road, between Indiana av. and Calumet 
av. : in the matter of the establishment of a park 
in the vicinity. Order (referred March 11, 

1921, p. 2019) , Filed 229 

Playground directors : direction to assist in the or- 
ganization of boys' baseball clubs. Subject- 
matter (referred March 22, 1922, p. 2305), 
Filed 229 

Senn High School : in the matter of the acquisition 
of property lying west of the school for park 
purposes. Order (referred Nov. 10, 1920, p. 
993), Filed 229 

Sixteenth st, at n. e. cor. of S. Springfield av. : di- 
rection for consideration of acquiring the prop- 
erty as a site for a park. Order, Passed .... 1241 
Playgrounds, municipal : 

Appropriations for maintenance and operation. (See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Parks, etc., 
noted above.) 

Baseball clubs, boys' : direction that playground di- 
rectors assist in the organization of boys' base- 
ball clubs. Subject-matter (referred March 22, 

1922, p. 2305) , Filed 229 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Fi- 
nance".) 

Bosley Playground: erection of a wire fence (Page 

Steel & Wire Co.) . Order, Passed 90 

Clarendon av., between Lawrence av. and Wilson av. 
(e. side) : direction for action to provide sufficient 
funds for acquisition of the property as a site 
for a playground. Order, Passed 916 

Clarendon av., Lakeside pi., Wilson av. and Lake 
Michigan (territory bounded by) : direction for 
the acquisition of the property for playground 
and recreational purposes. Order (referred 
Jan. 7, 1921, p. 1576) , Filed 229 

Clark Playground : appropriation for preparation of 

site and equipment. See 2282 

Fifty-seventh st., at s. w. cor. of Princeton av. : pur- 
chase as a site for a playground. Order (for 

an appropriation). Passed 1816-17 

Ordinance (for negotiations), Passed .... 2148-9 
Appropriation for purchase. See 2282 

Hamlin Av. Playground : direction for consideration 
of the advisability of the purchase of the play- 
ground. Order (referred Dec. 28, 1921, p. 
1548) , Filed -■'> 

nendricks school: establishment of a playground in 
connection with the school. Order (referred 
June 16, 1920, p. 431), Filed 010 

Orleans Playground : direction for consideration of 
the removal of the playground to the Adams 
School. Order (referred June 23, 1921, p. 
484) , Filed : --9 

Sawyer av., between W. 55th st. and W. 53rd st. : 
direction for establishment of a playground at 
the location. Petition and Order, to Parks. .1095 

Sixty-first st. and S. Robey st. : appropriation for pre- 
paration of site, purchase of equipment and pay- 
ments of taxes. See 2282 

Wrightwood Playground : appropriation for payment 

of interest on mortgage. See 2281 

Wrightwood Playground : negotiations for purchase 

of the property. Ordinance, Passed 1420 1 

Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Shrubs : authority for exchange of shrubs for white 
elm trees (Pfnnd Nursery Co.). Order, 
Passed 1721 



Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing- Beaches, Bureau of: 

Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Trees, white elm : authority for exchange of shrubs 
for the trees (Pfund Nursery Co.). Order, 

Passed 1721 

Swimming pools, municipal : 

Appropriations for maintenance and operation. (See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Parks, etc., 
noted above.) 
Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Fi- 
nance".) 
Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Parks, Playgrounds and Beaches, Committee on : Appro- 
priation (annual). See 2223 

Parks, Public Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of. 
(See the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Parkside av. : 

Paving, from Hirsch st. to Le Moyne st. (See "Paving, 
from N. Central av. to N. Austin av., etc." under the 
heading "Le Moyne st.") 
Sewer, from Belmont av. to George st. Ordinance, 

Passed 880 

Water supply pipe, from 401 ft. north of W. 5:2nd st. to 

192 ft. northward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Parmelee Co., She: Driveway. Order, Passed 1404 

Parnell av. : Premises No. 2930 : maintenance of garage. 

Order, to Bldgs 644 

Passed 824 

Paschen Brothers : 

Addison st. bridge : settlement of claims on contract for 

substructure. Order, Passed 543 

Breakwater and sidewalks, from Lakeside pi. to Lawrence 
av. : authority for certain changes in contract for 

breakwater. Order, Passed 2370 

Passageways (connecting buildings, etc.) across streets and 
alleys. (See under the respective streets and alleys, and 
under the names of particular individuals, etc. For 
miscellaneous data, see under "Occupation of streets, 
alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the heading "Streets".) 
Passageways (underground) for pedestrians (across streets). 
(For data, if any, see "Subways for pedestrians'' under 
the heading "Streets".) 

Tassenger vehicles, public. (See the items listed under the 
headings "Vehicles (motor-driven)" and "Vehicles (other 
than motor-driven)". 
Patrol boxes. (See under "Fire alarm and police telegraph 
system" under the heading "Gas and Electricity, Dept. 
of".) 

Patterson, A. T. : Claims. Orders, Passed 1283, 1324-5 

Patterson av. : 

Drains, between N. Central av. and N. Austin av., etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 1544 

Paving, from N. Central av. to N. Austin av.. etc. (sys- 
tem) (including sewer connections in N. Menard av., 
N. Marmora av., N. Major av., Warwick av., Wave- 
land av. and Patterson av.). Recom., Est. and 

Ordinance, Pub. and to 8. d- A 1439-47 

Ordinance, Passed 1700 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer at alley first west of 
N. Central av. (See the notations „ under "Paving, 
from N. Central av. to N. Austin av., etc.", above.) 
Water service pipes, between N. Central av. and N. Austin 

av., etc. (system) . Ordinance, Passed 1813 

Patterson, H. L. : Claim. To Finance 1141 

Paulina st. : 

Billboard at Devon av. : direction for removal. Order, 

Passed 866 

Buildings at No. 4896 N. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, Passed 2196 

Canopy at No. 6401-03 S. (See under the heading "Square 

Temple Assn., The".) 
"Mary Club" at No. 4200 N. : protest against establish- 
ment. Come, and Petition (Ravenswood Pro- 
tective Assn.), to Police 944 

Filed 1677-8 

Paving, from Wrightwood av. to Wellington av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 273-4 

(Recommendation, estimate and ordinance pub- 
lished March 11, 1921, pp. 1949-53.) 






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Paulina St. : 

Platform in sidewalk space at No. 037 S. (See under the 

heading "Leaf, Max".) 
Resurfacing of the street, from W. 49th st. to W. Gar- 
field boul. Order, to Finance 1097 

Sewer, from W. 87th st. to W. 92nd st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." under the head- 
ing "Aberdeen st.") 
Shed at Nos. 110-14 S. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, Passed 1589 

Sidewalks, from Chase av. to Morse av. (both - sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1230 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water meter at No. 3743 N. : removal. Order (referred 

Jan. 18, 1922, p. 1742), Filed.. 624 

Paulist Day Nursery: Tag day. (See under the heading 

"Tag days".) 
Paulist Fathers' Settlement : Tag day. ( See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Paulman (H.) & Co. : Tractor truck (Pierce-Arrow) : sale 

to the City. Order, Passed 667-8 

Paulos, George : Construction of building. Order, to 

Bldgs. 1998 

Paul's Bake Shop, Inc.: Driveways. Order, Passed... 267 

Paulson, Frank E. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1221 

Paulus, John : Maintenance of building. Order, to Bldgs.loi6 

Passed 1757 

Pavalovsky, B. : Driveway. Order, Passed 118 

Pavelchik, Joseph : Real estate office. Order, Passed . . 2091 
Paving of streets and alleys. (For general data, if any, see 
"Paving" under the heading "Streets". For the paving 
of particular streets and alleys, see under the names of 
particular streets, or under the descriptions of particular 
alleys under the heading "Alleys".) 
Pawelec, Joseph : Vacation of part of an alley in W. T. 
B. Read's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 
Pawlak, Stanley : 

Claim. To Finance "2043 

Curb pump. Order, Passed 1478 

Pawloski. Michael : Maintenance of shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 580 

Passed 895 

Paxton av. : 

Paving, from E. 83rd st. to South Chicago a v. (See 
"Paving, from E. 83rd st. to South Chicago av., etc." 
under the heading "Clyde av.") 
Paving, at the intersection of E. 71st st. (See "Paving, 
from Stony Island av. to Yates av.. etc." under the 
heading "Seventy-first St.") 
Paving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st., etc. (system). 

Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to S. & A... 1957-61 

Ordinance, Passed 2215 

Water supply pipe, from E. 81st st. to E. 83rd st. Or- 
der. Passed 646 

Payrolls of the City. (See under the heading "Finance".) 

Payton, Eugene: Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Peacock Inn, The: Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Pearlman. N, : Sign. Order, Passed. 1218 

Pearson Hotel Corporation: Canopy. Order. Passed. . .2095 

Pearson, Ruth R. : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Pearson st. : Canopy at No. 190 E. (See under the heading 

"Pearson Hotel Corporation".) 
Peck ct. : 

Paving, from W. Circle av. to N. Harlem av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av.. etc.," under 
the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in W. Circle av. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. 
Harlem av., etc." under the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Peddlers and peddling : 

Free permits for peddling : direction for submission of a 
report on the «iature of the polipy followed for is- 
suance. Order, Passed S70 

Oil peddlers : elimination of the requirement for the giv- 
ing of license bonds. Ordinance, Passed 542 

Pedersen, H. : Office building. Drder, Passed 501 

Pedersen, M. J. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 579 

Pedersen, I'eter : Driveway. Order, Passed .....262-3 



Pedestrians : 

Traffic regulations governing pedestrians. (For data, if 

any, see under the heading "Traffic regulations".) 
Underground passageways (under streets) for pedestrians. 
(For data, if any, see "Subways for pedestrians" 
under the heading "Streets".) 
Pcdotto, Matteo : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 487 

Passed '. . 673 

Peek, YV. M. : Claim. To Finance 1730 

Peerless Auto Supply Co.: Claim. To Finance 1243 

Peerless Light Co. : Sale of reels to the City. Order, 

Passed 537 

Peerless Wire Goods Co. : Sale of wire screens to the City. 

Order, Passed 714-15 

Pellar Bros. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1990 

Penn, Andrew : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

G., O. & E. L 1729 

Filed 1864 

Pennoyer Mrechants Transfer Co. : 

Smoke stacks at the Municipal Reduction Plant : contract 

for removal. Order, Passed 557 

Bucket elevator: sale to the City. Order, Passed. .. .2374 
Pennsylvania Co. (See under the heading "Railroads".) 

Penrose, G. A.: Claim. Order,, Passed 96-7 

Pensacola av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between N. Laramie av. 

and N. Lockwood av. Order, Passed 656-7 

Sewer, from N. Central av. to N. Menard av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1544 

Street lights . (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Pensacola Avenue Bungalow Assn. : Closing of Pensacola 

av. to traffic. Order, Passed 656-7 

Pension funds : 

Firemen's Pension Fund : 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2294 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
House of Correction Employes' Pension Fund : 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2295 

Municipal Employes' Annuity and Benefit Fund : 

Appropriations (annual). See 2294 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Fund : 

Appointment of members to the Board of Trustees. 
(See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2294 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Public School Teachers Pension and Retirement Fund : 
Tax anticipation warrants. (For data, if any, see 
"Education, Board of" under the heading "Tax- 
ation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (For data, if any, see "Education, Board 
of" under the heading "Taxation and taxes".) 
Peoples Concession & Amusement Co. : Proposal for the 
privilege of conducting the dancing concession on the 
Municipal Pier during the seasons of 1922 to 1926. 

Bid, to Railroads COS 

Rejected 820 

Peoples Gas Light and Coke Co. (See under the heading 

"Gas and gas appliances".) 
Peoples Life Insurance Co. : Claim. Order, Passed .... 1657 
Peoples Plumbing & Heating Supply Co., Inc. : Claim. 

To Finance 1803 

Peoples Relief Committee: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 
Peoples Stock Yards State Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Peoples Trust and Savings Bank : 

Clock (ornamental). Ordinance, to S. <£• A 1626 

Passed 1763-4 

Acceptance and bond. See 2064 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
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Peoria st. : 

Loading platform at Nos. 1445-63 S. (See under the 

heading "Continental Paper Grading Co.") 
Paving, from W. 100th st. to W. 103rd st. (See "Pav- 
ing, from TV. 99th st. to TV. 103rd st., etc." under the 
heading "Racine av.") 
Pipe under and across the street, south of Fulton st. 
(See under the heading "Chicago Butchers Packing 
Co.") 
Resurfacing of the street, from TV. 54th st. to W. Gar- 
field boul. Order. Passed 873 

Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 

"Subways, railroad".) 
Tanks and pumps (gasoline), at Nos. 600-10 N. (See 

under the heading "Sinclair Refining Co.") 
Water pipes under, along and across the street, north 
of TV. 16tli st. (See under the heading "Griswold 
and Walker estate".) 
Water supply pipe, from W. 88th st. to W. 89th st. 

Order, Passed 661-2 

Water supply pipe, from W. 97th st. to W. 98th st. 

Order, Passed 1039 

Perce. Hyde W. : Payment for services rendered the City 
as a real estate expert in street improvement matters. 

Order, Passed 48-9 

Perfection Battery Mfg. Corp.: Claim. Order, Passed. .1283 

Perkins. George P.: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1727-8 

Perlman, Robert : Sign. Order, Passed 995 

Perlman, S. : Maintenance of porch. Order, to Bldgs ■ .1301 

Passed 1487 

Permanent Improvement Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Fi- 
nance".) 
Permits (general) : 

Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc. : prohibition 
against the issuance of temporary permits for mis- 
cellaneous privileges, during the vacation period of 
the City Council, except under a certain specified 

condition. Order, Passed 881 

Special privileges : direction for withholding grants of 
special privileges from persons delinquent in the pay- 
ment of license fees. Order, Passed 2000 

Perry av. : Sewer, from W. 95fn st. to W. 99th st. Or 

dinance, Passed 1222 

Perry, Daniel : Claim. To Finance 1807 

Perry, Frank : Driveway. Order. Passed 844 

Perry, Sarah K. : Sleeping porch. Order, Passed 120 

Pershing road : Paving, from S. Kedzie av. to S. Central 
Park av. (See "Paving, from S. Spaulding av. to 283.8 
ft. east of S. St. Louis av.. etc." under the heading 
"Thirty-seventh pi.") 

Pesch. M. J.: Driveways. Order. Passed 2365 

Pesicka, James J. : Bid for the purchase of property at 
1642 W. 47th st. Order (rejecting bid, referred April 

12, 1922, p. 2387), Passed 711 

Peter, Romaine S. : Driveways. Order, Passed 243 

Peters (C. H.) Co.: Contract for removal of dried garbage 

from the Municipal Reduction Plant. Order. Passed.. 1007-8 

Amended 1726, 1795 

Com. report (recommending an amendment extending 

the contract) , Def . and Puo 1669 

Recommitted to Finance 1754 

Peters, George W. : Claim. To Finance 1729 

Petersen, C. O. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1236 

Petersen Furniture Co. : Floral canopy. Order, Passed. 1474 

Petersen, George C. : Driveways. Orders, Passed 1367 

Petersen, Geo. P.: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 622 

Petersen, TV. E. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 580 

Peterson, A. W. : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

BUgs .' 260 

Passed 673-4 

Peterson av. : 

Paving, from W. Circle a v. to Oconto av. (See "Paving, 
from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av.. etc." under the 
heading "Myrtle av.") 
Sewer, from N. Melvina av. to alley first west of Milwau- 
kee av. Ordinance, Passed 1032-3 

Sewer, connectiug with the sewer in Oconto a v. (See the 
notations under "Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. 
Harlem a v.. etc." under the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Water supply pipe, from Milwaukee av. to N. Melvina av. 

Order. Passed 867 



l'eterson, E. W. : Auto-shed. Order, to lihUjs 1150 

Passed ._ 1334 

Peterson, George A. : Driveway (permission to George A. 

Peterson and E. J. Hull). Order, Passed 1039 

l'eterson, Victor R. : Vacation of an alley in Assessor's 
Div. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Petrik, John J.: Payment of overtime. Order, Passed. . 1598 

Petrzilek, Victor S. : Bid for the purchase of property at 
1642 W. 47th st. Order (rejecting bid, referred April 
12, 1922, p. 2387), Passed 711 

l'eyrot, John H. : Driveway. Order, Passed 122 

Pfeiffer, Mrs. J. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1312 

Pfeiffer, Karl II.: Auto-shed. Order, to BUgs 1151 

Passed 1334 

Pfund Nursery Co. : Exchange with the City of white elm 

trees for shrubs. Order, Passed 1721 

Philadelphia, Pa. : Presentation of a copy of The Chicago 
Municipal Code of 1922 to the City Solicitor. Order, 
Passed 1991 

Philipsborn's, Inc.: Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Phillips av. : 

Drains, between E. 91st st. and E. 94th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 573 

Drains, between E. 79th st. and E. 83rd st, etc. (system). 

Passed • 1305 

Paving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 87th st. (See "Paving, 
from E. 83rd st. to E. §7th st., etc." under the head- 
ing "Kingston av.") 
Paving, from E. 92nd st. to E. 94th st. Ordinance. 

Passed 646 

Sewer, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1537 

Water service pipes, between E. 91st st. and E. 94th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1006-7 

Water service pipes, between E. 79th st. and E. 83rd St., 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1989 

Water supply pipe, from 250 ft. south of E. 93rd st. to 

E. 94th st. Order, Passed 2123 

Phillips, I.: Maintenance of building. Order, Passed.. 1411 

Phoell Manufacturing Co. : Driveways. Orders, Passed 

1049, 1593 

Photostat Corporation : Sale of a photostat machine and 

equipment to the City. Order, Passed 89 

Phyllis Wheatley Homo: Tag day. (See under the heading 
"Tag days".) 

Physical Education, Department of : Creation of the de- 
partment : powers and duties prescribed. Ordinance, 
to Judiciary 1308 

Physician, City. (See the heading "City Physician".) 

Piano & Organ Supply Co., The : Lease of space in Kings- 
bury st. and adjacent alleys. See ' 98, 1529 

Piatek, Joseph : Claim. To Finance 33 

Pickett & Ramsey : Sign. Order, Passed 54 

Piechowiecz, Joe : Maintenance of shed. Order, to BZd'gs.1687 
Passed 1891 

Piepgras, Mrs. George : Vote of thanks from the City Coun- 
cil. See 1897 

Pierce. G. H. : Claim. To Finance 2159 

Pierson, John R. : Claim (presented as claim of Carl J. 

Adams) . Order, Passed 560 

Pillows. (See the items listed under the heading "Furniture, 
and household goods.") 

Pillsbury Flour Mills Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed. . 257 

Pilz, William M. : Claim. To Finance 1683 

Tingree st. : 

Paving, from Kenilworth a v. to Jarvis av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from Ridge road to N. Western av., etc." under 
the heading "Chase av.") 
Sewer, from Pratt av. to Farwell av., etc. Ordinance, 

Passed 655 

Pink, James A. : 

Journal of the City Council, etc., for 1922-3 : extension 

of contract for printing. Order, Passed 1566-7 

Journal of the City Council, etc., for 1923-4 : contract 

for printing. Order. Passed 2346-7 

License forms: coutract for printing. Order, Passed. .2347 

Pioneer Cooperage Co.: Vacation of part of an alley in 
Waughop's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys". 1 

Pioneer Pharmacy: Claim. Order. Passed 560 

Pioneer State Savings Bank: Sign, Order, Passed 1741 

Pipe Yards and Stores, Division of. (See the heading "En- 
gineering, Bureau of".) 



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Piper, Oscar : Auto-slied. Order, Passed 2041 

Pipes in or across streets and alleys : (See under the re- 

spective streets and alleys, and under the names of par- 
ticular individuals, etc. For miscellaneous data, see 
under "Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." 
under the heading "Streets".) 

Pipes, steam. (See under the heading "Heating plants, heat- 
ing devices, etc.") 

Piping systems for inflammable liquids. (See under the head- 
ing "Inflammable liquids".) 

Pitch : Regulations governing boiling of pitch changed. 

Ordinance (see p. 164), Passed. . 141-66 

Pitt Engineering Co. : Replacement of lifting cables of 

elevator No. 1 in the City Hall building. Order, Passed.1964 

Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Co. (See 
under the heading "Railroads".) 

Placko, Steve : Driveway. Order, Passed 1225 

Planert, John D. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 45-6 

Passed 272-3 

Plants. (See the ordinances noted under the heading "Flor- 
ists".) 

Platinum. (See the notations under "Junk dealers and junk".) 

"Play streets". (For general data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Streets". For the closing of particular streets 
to traffic, for play purposes, see under the names of the 
respective streets.) 

Playground Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special funds, 
miscellaneous" under the hea'ding "Finance".) 

Playgrounds : 

Municipal playgrounds. (See "Playgrounds, municipal" 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 
"Play streets". (For general data, if any, see under the 
heading "Streets". For the closing of particular 

streets to traffic, for play purposes, see under the 
names of the respective streets.) 

Playgrounds, Divisions of. (See the heading "Parks, Play- 
grounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Plaza Auto Livery & Garage Co.: Claim. To Finance. 999 

Plotke, Joseph: Driveway. Order, Passed 1141 

Plotnick, Joseph : 

Claim. Filed 1209-10 

Signs. Orders, Passed ; -58, 861 

Plough, Hans: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 96 

Plucinski, Dr. S. J.: Claim. To Finance 999 

Plumbers, Board of Examiners of : Appropriations (an- 
nual). See 2258 

Plumbers and plumbing: 

Supplies, plumbing : sale at retail by hardware stores. 

(See the ordinance licensing and regulating, noted 

under the heading "Hardware stores".) 

Water service' pipes : regulations for the kind and use of 

lead pipe, stop-cocks and buffalo boxes in connection 

with installations. Ordinance, Passed 276 

(Journal corrected, p. 285.) 
Vetoed and to 8. & A 286 

Plunkett, James : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 115! 

Passed lS'di 

Plymouth ct. : Paving, from Polk st. to W. 14th st. 

Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 8. & A 1846-50 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1899-1900.) 

Pohlmann Corcoran Co.: Driveways. Orders, Passed.. 

i 257, 264 

Poles in streets and alleys. (For street-lighting poles, see 
under t'he heading "Street lights". For poles of pub- 
lic utility companies, etc., see "Poles" under the heading 
"Streets".) 

Police, Department of: 

Administration of the department : request for an invest- 
igation of the Department of Police by the State's 
Attorney. Com. report (deferred and published 

Dec. 7, 1921, pp. 1390-1), Filed 898 

Ambulance service : direction for an investigation and re- 
port of the service. Order, to Health 1627 

Annual report: authority for printing ( Severinghaus 

Printing Co.). Order, Passed 2166 

Appropriations (annual). See 2235-8, 2298, 2317 

Appropriations (supplementary). See. 219, 708-9. 739,741-2 

Awards, Board of: in the matter of the creation. (See 
the notations under "Promotions, etc." under "Em- 
ployes", below.) 



Police, Department of: 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, U' any, see "Special funds, 

miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Building to house sundry police activities and branches 
of the Municipal Court : authority for contract for 
construction and appropriation for initial payment. 

Ordinance, Passed 708-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942-3 

Ordinance, Reconsidered and to Finance 1050 

Buildings to house sundry police activities, the Municipal 
Court, the County Jail, etc. : direction for considera- 
tion of the matter of selecting a central location for 

establishment. Resolution, Adopted 1870 

Commissioners of police : in the matter of the creation of 
a Board of Commissioners to manage and control the 
department. Resolution (referred March 3, 1920, 

2069) , Filed 1677-8 

Construction, repairs, upkeep, etc. : 

Appropriations for construction work. (See the ap- 
propriations for the Department of Police, noted 
above. ) 
Police stations : new construction work, remodeling, 
repairs, etc. (See the notations under "Police 
stations", below.) 
Crime Prevention, Bureau of : in the matter of the crea- 
tion of a bureau in the Department. Order (re- 
ferred Nov. 10, 1920, p. 998), Filed 1677-8 

Memo, (referred March 11, 1921, p. 1933), Filed 

1677-8 

Dog pound: appropriations for maintenance. (See the 
appropriations for the Department of Police, noted 
above. ) 
Dog pound : return to Edwin S. Jackman of money do- 
nated for the construction of a new pound. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1164-5 

Drill : amendment of department rules to provide for 
elimination of the requirement that policemen over 
fifty years of age attend practice drill. Order, to 

Police 131 

Filed 570 

Elections : requirement for the giving of public notice 
whenever the entire police force is withdrawn from 
active duty on nights preceding elections. Reso- 
lution (referred May 3, 1920, p. 129), Filed 1677-8 

Employes : 

Advancement of employes for meritorious services. 

(See under the names of the persons advanced.) 

Attorney for the department. (For data, if any, see 

under the heading "Law, Department of".) 
"Bootlegging" : direction for an investigation of al- 
leged charges of the practice by certain mem- 
bers of the department. Resolution (referred 

Dec. 7, 1921, p. 1400), Filed : 1677-8 

Censors of moving pictures : appropriations for sal- 
aries. (See the appropriations for the Depart- 
ment of Police, noted above.) 
. Chief of Detectives : maintenance of a personally- 
owned automobile. Order, Passed ,.-740 

Compositors : increase in salary rate. Order, 

Parsed 739 

Deputy Superintendent of Police : increase in salary 

rate. Ordinance, Passed . 739 

Report of newspaper publication. See. . . .942-3 
Engineers (station) : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 1655 

Furloughs of employes : allowance of a furlough of 
one day in each seven days, in addition to the 
annual furlough. Ordinance, to Finance .... 101-2 

Second Ordinance, Deferred 1320-21 

Passed 1390 

Greek investigator (special) : designation as a "po- 
liceman". Ordinance (referred Jan. 12, 1921, 

p. 1602), Filed 1677-8 

Order, Ordinance and Bill (referred March 

11, 1921, p. 2032), Filed 1677-8 

Harrison (Carter H.) Medal. (For data, if any, 

see below.) 
Honorable mention to members of the department. 
(For data, if any, see "Honorable mention", be- 
low.) 
Hospital and medical expenses of policemen and fire- 
men : adoption of a policy for the payment of 
claims. Resolution, Adopted 712 



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Police, Department of: 
Employes : 

Hostlers ; designation as "policemen". Order, Or- 
dinance and Bill (referred March 11, 1921, p. 
2032), Filed 1677-8 

Hostlers : increase in salary rate. Order, to Fi- 
nance 642 

Fiied 1707 

Insurance for policemen and firemen. (See under the 
heading "Insurance".) 

Janitors : authority for employment. Order. 

Passed 1167 

Janitors and scrubwomen : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 1655 

Lambert Tree Medal. (For data, if any, see below.) 

Machinist : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 513-4 

Medical expense of policemen injured while in the 
performance of duty : appropriation for payment. 
See 705 

Medical and hospital expenses of policemen : adop- 
tion of a policy for the payment of claims. 
Resolution, Adopted 712 

Mental and physical examinations : requirement for 
an annual examination of members. Order 
(referred June 9, 1919, p. 350), Filed 1677-8 

Message and supply carriers : direction that consid- 
eration be given to the matter of an increase in 
salary rate. Order (referred Jan. 18, 1922, 
p. 171S), Filed 753 

Operators (police) : request for designation as "police- 
men". Come. (I'olice Operators), to Finance 859 

I'atrolmen : in the matter of the employment of 1000 
additional. Come, (Chicago Crime Comn.), 

Pub. and Filed 173-4 

Come. (State's Attorney), Pub. and Filed. 174-0 
Ordinance (appropriating $675,000 for em- 
ployment), to Finance 175 

Passed 219 

Report of newspaper publication. See. 599-600 
Resolution (directing preparation of an or- 
dinance providing for submission of the question 

to a referendum vote), to Finance 175 

Resolution (pledging that no additional tax 
burdens will result from such employment). 
.1 dopted 240 

I'atrolmen : request for an increase in number. 
Come. (West Side Representatives of the Pageant 

of Progress ) . to Police 179 

Filed 1677-8 

I'atrolmen : direction for an investigation to deter- 
mine the number of additional patrolmen re- 
quired to patrol the City adequately and for 
an appropriation in 1921 for as many additional 
as possible. Order (referred Jan. 7, 1921, 
p. 1576), Filed 1677-8 

I'atrolmen : request lor an increase in salary rate. 

Petition (The C. P. S., A. & E. C), to Finance. 1821 

Pension fund for employes. (See under the heading 
"Pension funds".) 

Physical and mental examinations : requirement for 
an annual examination of members. Order 
(referred June 9, 1919, p. 350), Filed 1677-8 

Policemen: in the matter of an increase in salary 
rates through a considered reduction in certain 
proposed appropriations for 1922. Order (re- 
ferred Feb. 3, 1922, pp. 1849-51). Filed 753 

Policemen (below the rank of Deputy Supt. of Po- 
lice) : direction for increases in salaries of $280 
per annum. Order, to Finance 874-5 

Printer: increase in salary rate. Order. Passed. 1166-7 

Promotion of employes for meritorious services. (See 
under the names of the persons promoted.) 

Promotions for the faithful discharge of duty and 
the display of great courage : in the matter of 
the creation of a Board of Awards and temporary 
sergeaneies and lieutenancies. Resolution (re- 
ferred Dec 2D. 1920, p. 1480). Filed 1677-8 

Special details. (For data, if any. see "Special de- 
tails", below.) 
Surgeons (police) : increase in salary rates. Or- 
der. Passed 1166 



Police, Department of: 

Employes : 

Uniforms : direction tor consideration of a modifica- 
tion in summer uniforms. Order, Passed ... . 999 

Resolution (referred July 22, 1921, p. 991), 
Fil cd 1677-8 

Iniforms : direction for consideration of the matter 
of allowing traffic policemen to wear coats of 
light material during the summer months. 
Order (referred April 28, 1919, p. 56), Filed. 1077-8 
Equipment : 

Automobile: authority for purchase (Wright-Kender- 

dine Co. ) . Order, Passed 1602 

Automobiles (Cadillac) : authority for purchase, and 
exchange of old automobiles in part payment. 
Order, Passed 1394 

Automobiles (Ford) : authority for purchase (S. & L. 
Motor Co., Leimbrook & Wordsell Motor Co. and 
Ray F. Mudd Motor Co.). Order, Passed. .1394 5 

Automobiles (Ford) : authority for purchase, and 
exchange of old automobiles in part payment 
(S. & L. Motor Co.). Order, Passed 1750 

Automobile (Ford) : authority for purchase, and ex- 
change of old automobile in part payment (Kra- 
lovec Motor Corp.). Order, Passed 1752 

Automobiles (Ford) : authority for purchase (S. & 

L. Motor Co.) . Order, Passed 2027-8 

Automobiles (Marinon) : authority for purchase, and 
exchange of old automobiles in part payment. 
Orders, Passed 1167. 1632 

Automobile truck (Ford) : authority for purchase 

(S. & L. Motor Co.). Order, Passed 1172 

Bell brackets : authority for installation on police 

patrols (The White Co.). Order, Passed 91 

Boat "Lady Guyon" : authority for purchase (J. L. 

Guyon ) . Order, Passed 87-S 

Boat (police) : transfer to the Dept. of Health. 

Order, Passed 740 

Chauffeurs' badges : authority for purchase (S. D. 

Childs Co. ) . Order, Passed 1418-19 

Motorcycle (Henderson) : authority for purchase (Ex- 
celsior Motor Mfg. & Supply Co.). Order, 
Passed 740 

Patrol wagons : authority for purchase (The White 

Co. ) . Order, Passed 666-7 

Patrol wagons: authority for rehabilitation (Thomas 

F. Hoskins Co.). Order. Passed 1606 

Patrol wagon: authority for repair (The White Co.). 

Order, Passed 1327 

Patrol wagon (No. 42) : authority for repair (The 

White Co.). Order, Passed 555 

Shabracks: authority for purchase (Hibbard-Spencer- 

Bartlett & Co.). Order, Passed 1173 

Special police badges: authority for purchase (C. H. 

Hanson Co.). Order. Passed 1603 

"Teletypes" : authority for installation in police sta- 
tions (Morkrum Co.). Order, Passed 88 

Vacuum cleaning machines : authority for purchase, 
and exchange of old machine in part payment 
(Atwood- Stewart Vacuum Machine Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 1750 

Field Day (Sept. 16-17, 1922). Order (concerning time 

and place for distribution of trophies), Passed 999" 

Resolution (directing appointment of a commis- 
sion to perpetuate annually the sports), A dopted. .1011-12 
Resolution (congratulating officials and members 

of the department on the success of the sports), 

Adopted 1012 

Addresses (Stephen O'Meara, Pres., and F. P. 

Larkin, Treas.. P. B. A.), Noted 1052 

Award of trophies (to winners of events), Noted 1052 
List (committees and officials in charge, and 

winners of events) , Pub 1052-6 

Resolution (congratulating Capt. John E. Ptacek, 

in charge of winning division), Adopted 1056 

Testimonial to Capt. Ptacek (from members of 

teams under his charge) , Pub 1056-7 

Harrison (Carter H.) Medal: award of the medal for 

1921. See 460 

Report (Board of Award) , Pub 460-3 

Honorable mention and commendation of members of the 

department for 1921. ' Report (Board of Award), 

Pub 460-3 



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Police, Department of: 

Horses: authority for purchase. Order, Passed. .. .1248-9 
Horses : authority for purchase and disposal. Amend- 
atory Order, Passed 544 

Order, Passed 1791 

Hospital, police. (See under the heading "House of Cor- 
rection".) 
Insurance (municipal) for policemen. (See the notations 

under the heading "Insurance".) 
Patrol boxes. (See under "Fire alarm and police tele- 
graph system" under the heading "Gas and Elec- 
tricity, Dept. of".) 
Pension fund for employes. (See under the heading 

"Pension funds".) 
Police hospital. (See under the heading "House of Cor- 
rection".) 
Police stations : 

Appropriation for construction work and for the 

purchase of new sites. See 2298 

Appropriations (supplementary) for construction work 

and for the purchase of new sites. See 708-9 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Fi- 
nance".) 
Chicago av. (No. 113 W.) : removal and installation 
of boilers (William Klender & Co.). Order, 

Passed 1170-1 

Clark st. (No. 625 S.) : payment for cleaning and 

painting (J. B. Noelle Co.). Order, Passed.. 715 
Eighty-ninth st. (No. 2938 E.) : appropriation for re- 
modeling of building for court room. See... 2238 
Englewood police district : establishment of a station 

in the west end. Order, to Finance 1545 

Gale st., at n.e. cor. of Lester st. : authority for pur- 
chase for a site for a station. Order, Passed 88 
Gale st. (No. 5422) : protest against proposed estab- 
lishment. Resolution, Adopted 1411 

Halsted st. (No. ;2128 N.) : permission for temporary 
use of second floor by DePaul Day Nursery. 

Order, Passed . . .> 119 

Hudson av. and Blackhawk st. : in the matter of the 
re-opening of the station. Order (referred 

May 13, 1921, p. 189), Filed 1677-8 

Indiana av. (No. 1330) : repair of roof (E. C. Ma- 

thiesen & Son). Order, Passed 1377 

Irving Park boul., at n.w. cor. of La Porte av. : 

transfer of signal circuits. Order, Passed . . . 544 
La Salle st. (No. 179 N.) : direction for an investiga- 
tion of the condition of cells, etc. Order (re- 
ferred Jan. 18, 1922, p. 1730), Filed 1677-8 

Order, Passed 1882 

Plymouth pi., at s.e. cor. of W. Harrison st. : au- 
thority for contract for construction of a cen- 
tral police station and municipal court building, 
and appropriation for initial payment. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 708-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 942-3 
Ordinance, Reconsidered and to Finance. . .1050 
Racine av. and W. Superior st. : payment for work 
done under contract (Butler & Co.). Order, 

Passed 2148 

Thirty-fifth st. (No. 740 W.) : in the matter of the 
re-establishment of the station. Order (re- 
ferred April 28, 1919, p. 56), Filed 1677-8 

Wabash av. (No. 4002 S.) : payment of additional 
compensation for coal (Pottinger-Flynn Coal 

Co.) . Order, Passed 545 

Prisoners : in the matter of alleged mistreatment by mem- 
bers of the department. Resolution (directing the 
suspension of officers indicted for cruelty to prison- 
ers), Adopted 1766-7 

Order (directing an investigation of reasons for 
alleged shielding of certain members of the depart- 
ment accused of mistreating prisoners), to Police. .1808 

Resolution (directing the reopening of an invest-, 
igation of the Vehicle Bureau in reference to the al- 
leged beating of Edmund Fitch and other prisoners), 

Adopted 1816 

Resolution of the ' Lyons Club of Englewood 
(urgiug the aontinuation of the investigation ) , Filed 1816 



Police, Department of: 

Reorganization ordinance of March 10, 1920. Amend- 
ment (providing that patrolmen be allowed furloughs 
of one day in each seven days in addition to the 

annual furlough) , to Finance 101-2 

Deferred 1320-1 

Passed 1390 

Repair shops. (For data, if any, see "Shops, municipal" 

under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Revolvers, confiscated : presentation to the Village of 

Lombard. Order, Passed 2164 

Rewards for the arrests of criminals, etc. (For data, if 
any, see under the heading "Crimes and criminals".) 
Special details : 

Assignment of police officers during 1918 to other than 
regular police work (including assignments to 
theaters, baseball games, dances, etc.). Re- 
ports from the Supt. of Police (referred July 

14, 1919, p. 708), Filed 1677-8 

Substitutes for officers detailed for special services : 
in the matter of employment, and reimbursement 
of expense. Ordinance (referred Feb. 4, 1918, 

p. 2007), Filed 1677-8 

Special policemen. (See the heading "Policemen".) 
Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Belts : authority for purchase (Erpenbeck & Segess- 

man) . Order, Passed 555 

Bread: authority for purchase. Order (for May, 

1922), Passed 24-5 

Order (for June, 1922), Passed 549 

Order (for July, 1922), Passed 549 

Order (for vacation period of the City Coun- 
cil) , Passed 549-50 

Order (for Oct., 1922), Passed 1173-4 

Order (for Nov., 1922), Passed 1328 

Order (for Dec, 1922), Passed 1377 

Order (for Jan., 1923), Passed 1605 

Order (for Feb., 1923), Passed 1753 

Order (for Mar., 1923), Passed 1862 

Order (for Apr., 1923), Passed 2166 

Buttons: authority for purchase (A. G. Meier & Co.). 

Orders, Passed 748, 1326 

Cartridges : authority for purchase (Western Cart- 
ridge Co.) . Orders, Passed 554, 554-5 

Gasoline and kerosene : purchase in quantity by the 
Business Agent. (See under the heading "Sup- 
plies, Dept. of".) 
Radiotone photographs : authority for purchase 

(Radiotone Co.). Order, Passed 1326-7 

Sausage : authority for purchase. Order (for May, 

1922), Passed 24-5 

Order (for June, 1922), Passed 549 

Order (for July, 1922), Passed 549 

Order (for vacation period of the City Coun- 
cil) , Passed 549-50 

Order (for Oct., 1922), Passed 1173-4 

Order (for Nov., 1922), Passed 1328 

Order (for Dec, 1922), Passed 1377 

Order (for Jan., 1923), Passed 1605 

Order (for Feb., 1923), Passed 1753 

Order (for Mar., 1923), Passed 1862 

Order (for Apr., 1923), Passed 2166 

Special police badges : appropriation for purchase. 

Ordinance, Passed 741-2 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1058 

Street car transportation books : contract for print- 
ing. Order, Passed 90-1 

Street car transportation books : contract for print- 
ing (Columbian Bank Note Co.). Order, 

Passed 1725 

Telegraph and telephone system. (See "Fire alarm and 
police telegraph system" under the heading "Gas and 
Electricity, Dept. of".) 
Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Tree (Lambert) Medal. (For data, if any, see "Lambert 

Tree Medal", above.) 
Uniforms of employes. (See under "Employes", above.) 
Police Department Building Bond Fund. (For data, if any, 
see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 






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131 



Police and Municipal Courts, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriation (annual) . See 2222 

Crime Commission : in the matter of the appointment of 
a commission to he composed of members of the com- 
mittee. Resolution (referred Dec. 29, 1920, p. 

1478) , Filed 1677-8 

Police patrol boxes. (See under "Fire alarm and police tele- 
graph system" under the heading "Gas and Electricity, 
Dept. of".) 
Police stations. (See under the heading "Police, Dept. of".) 
Police telegraph system. (See "Fire alarm and police tele- 
graph system" under the heading "Gas and Electricity, 
Dept. of".) 
Policemen : 

City policemen. (See under "Employes" under the head- 
ing "Police, Department of".) 
Special patrolmen : definition ; regulations governing ap- 
pointments prescribed ; annual license fees fixed ; pro- 
vision for issuance of annual certificates ; renewals 
provided for ; special badges to be issued on a de- 
posit of $2.00 ; prohibition against the use of in- 
signia, uniforms, etc. unless approved by the Supt. 
of Police ; report required to be made to the Supt. 
of Police every 60 days ; rules and regulations of 
City police made applicable to special patrolmen ; 
powers prescribed ; provision for removal prescribed ; 
penalty provided for false representation ; provision 
for revocation of old permits. Ordinance, Passed 740-1 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1058 

Special patrolmen : investigation of character to be made ; 
qualifications prescribed ; bonds required ; notification 
to be given persons appointed prior to April 15, 1922 
to comply with provisions, and commissions of those 
failing to comply by said date to be revoked. Com. 
report (Labor Trades Controversy) (referred March 

29, 1922, p. 2354), Filed.... 1677-8 

Come, from C. G. Newman (suggesting certain 
changes in the proposed amendment) (referred March 

29, 1922, p. 2322), Filed 167T-8 

Special policemen of railroad companies : exemption from 
the prohibition against the carrying of concealed 
weapons. Ordinance (referred June 10, 1921, p. 

376), Filed 1677-8 

Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Pension funds".) 
Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Tax Fund. (See under the 

heading "Finance".) 
Policemen's Benevolent Assn. : Field day for the benefit 
of members. (See under the heading "Police, Department 

or*.) 

Policemen's and Firemen's Insurance and Death Benefit Fund. 

(See under the heading "Finance".) 
Polish Falcons' Alliance of America : Collection of funds. 

Order, Passed 245 

Polk st. : 

Paving, from S. State st. to S. Clark st. Ordinance, 

to S. & A 643 

Recommitted to B. h. 1 843 

Order (directing submission of an ordinance for 

paving with granite blocks), Passed 1218 

Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 

8. <£- A 1649-53 

(Journal corrected, p. 1711.) 

Ordinance, Passed 1893 

Sidewalks, from S. State st. to S. Clark st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 32 

Widening of the street, from S. Canal st. to S. Halsted 
st. : direction for proceeding with the work. Or- 
der, Passed 1420 

Appropriation for preliminary expenses. See. .2262 

Pollack, William H. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 648 

Passed 824-5 

Pollen, Barney: Sign. Order, Passed 108 

Polling places. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Election Commissioners, Board of.) 

Pollyanna Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1128 

Polonia Coal Co.: Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 

Polychrones, Z. : Claim. To Finance 2040 

Pomierski, Walter M. : Claim (presented as claim of Mrs. 

Andrew Krutz). Order, Passed 2373 



Pool rooms. (For data, if any, see the heading "Billiard 
rooms".) 

Tooley, S. : Driveways. Orders, Passed 10^9 

Poplar av. : Building at No. 2710 : frame addition. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1536 

Passed 1757-8 

"Poppy Day" : May 29, 1922 : request for observance of the 

day in Chicago. Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and Filed 289 

Popular Mechanics Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1361 

Porcaro, S. : Maintenance of building. Order, to Bldgs.lilX 
Porcupine Club of Roseland, The : Banner. Order, 

Passed 1131 

I'orter Brothers Garage Co. : Gasoline tanks and pumps. 

Order, to O., O. & E. h 1547 

Filed 1864 

Post Graduate Hospital and Medical School : Exemption 

from payment of water rates. Order, Passed 231 

Postal matters. (See under the heading "U. S. Government".) 

Postal Telegraph Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1808 

Potomac av. : 

Water meter at Nos. 2306-8 : removal. Order, to Fi- 
nance 1539 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Long av. 

Order, Passed 64-5 

Potter, Julius : Claim. Filed 1115 

Pottinger-Flynn Coal Co. : 

Payment for coal delivered to sundry departments of the 

City. Orders, Passed 544-5, 545, 1554-5 

Sale of coal to the City. Order, Passed 719 

Potts, F. Dale: Garage. Order (referred April 12, 1922, 

p. 2455), Filed 30 

1'oulos, George : Temporary frame building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1698 

Powell Steel Kitchen Co.: Claim. To Finance 1412 

Power and heating plant, municipal. (For data, if any, see 
under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 

Power, James E. : Address to the Council. Noted 1151 

Powers, Edward : Sign. Order, Passed 1738 

Powers, H. A. : Sign. Order, Passed 1003 

Powers, John : Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

Powers, Josephine: Claim. Order, Passed 1599-1600 

Powers, Richard C. : Claim. Order, Passed 1967-8 

Prairie av. : 

Canopy at No. 2258. (See under the heading "Ellis, O. 

J.") 
Lease of space in the street, from E. 63rd st. to the L. 
S. & M. S. R. R. (See under the heading "Consum- 
ers Co.") 
Paving, from E. 73rd st. to E. 75th st., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 109-10 

Water meter at No. 2978 : removal. Order, to Finance 473 

Filed 1H5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of E. 74th st. (w. 

side). Order, Passed 2123 

Water supply pipe, from E. 79th st. to 12 ft. southward 

(w. side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of E. 79th st. (e. 

side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Widening of the street to a width of 86 ft., between E. 
16th st. and E. 23rd st. Come, from the "Chicago 
Plan" Commission (recommending the improvement), 

Pub. and to 8. £ A '287-8 

To B. L. I • • • *>40 

Pratscher, Joseph: Driveway. Order, Passed 1316 

Pratt av. : Paving, from N. California av. to N. Western 
av. (See "Paving, from N. California av. to N. Western 
av., etc." under the heading "Lunt av.") 
Pratt & Lambert Co.: Signs (roof). Order, to Bldgs.. 1682 

Pratt, W. D. : Claim. (See under the heading "White, H.") 
Precious metals. (See the notations under "Junk dealers 
and junk".) 

Prendergast, Richard: Claim. Order, Passed 1721 

Presbyterian Home for Aged : Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Presbyterian Hospital (Woman's Auxiliary Board) : Tag 

day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Presbyterian Hospital of Chicago, The: Tunnel. Ordi- 

' nance, to 8. & A 489 

Passed 902 " 3 

Acceptance and bond. See • H 80 

Price, George W. : Claim. Orders, Passed ... 1512-14, 2371-2 
Price' (M. D.) Sign Co.: Sign (roof). Order (referred 

March 8, 1922, p. 2218) , Filed 31 



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Price, Newton W. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 504 

Passed 895-6 

Princeton av. : Tank and pump (gasoline) at No. ©243. 
(See under the heading ''Porter Brothers Garage Co.") 

Printing done for the City of Chicago. (For general data, if 
any, see under the heading "Chicago, City of". For 
printing done for particular bureaus and departments, 
see under the names of the respective bureaus and depart- 
ments.) 

Prisoners in the custody of the Police Dept. (See under the 
heading "Police. Department of".) 

Pritikin. Louis: Driveway. Order, Passed 1142 

Probation officers. (For data, if any. see under "Chief Jus- 
tice" under the heading "Municipal Court of Chicago".) 

Producers Building Material Co. : Sale of macadam stone 

to the City. Order, Passed 91-2 

Professional Engineers' Political Club : Request that a pro- 
fessional engineer be included as a member of the Board 
of Appeals. Come, to Bldgs 2158 

Progressive Wet Wash Laundry Co.: Claim. Filed. . . .1797 

Prohibition of the sale, etc. of intoxicating liquors. (For 
data, if any, see under the heading "Beverages".) 

Prohn, John : Claim. To Finance 2142 

Prosecuting Attorney. (See the heading "Law, Department 
of".) 

Prospect av. : Sewer, from W. 87th st. to Hopkins pi. 

(See "Sewers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." un- 
der the heading "Aberdeen St.") 

Protectorate Catholic Womans League: Tag day. (See 
under the heading "Tag days".) 

Protestant Children's Aid: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 

Protestant Women's National Association : Tag day. (See 
under the heading "Tag days".) 

Provident Hospital (Children's Ward) : Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 

Provident League of America : Licensing and regulation of 
drivers of motor-vehicles. Come, and Ordinance, to 
Police 1637 

Prudential State Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Pryor av. : Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Vincennes 

av. (See the notations under "Paving, from W. 103rd 
st. to Monterey av." under the heading "Vincennes av.") 

Przykucki, Stanley J. : Commendation for bravery during 

1921. See 465 6 

Psychopathic Laboratory. (For data, if any, see under the 
heading "Municipal Court of Chicago".) 

Ptacek, Capt. John E. : Police Dept. Field Day (Sept. 16- 
17, 1922). Resolution (congratulating the Captain, in 

charge of winning division), Adopted 1050 

Testimonial (from members of teams under his 
charge) , Pub 1056-7 

Ptak, Edward : Claim. Filed 1797 

Public benefits. (For general data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Special assessments, special taxation, etc." For 
public benefits on particular improvements, see under the 
names of particular streets, etc.) 

Public carts. (See under the headings "Vehicles (motor- 
driven)" and "Vehicles (other than motor-driven)".) 

Public Comfort Station Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the beading "Fi- 
nance".) 

Public comfort stations. (See "Comfort stations, public" 
under the heading "Health, Dept. of".) 

Public defender : Request for appointment for the purpose 
of curbing vice. Come. (Kathryn H. Rutherford), to 
Judiciary 1637 

Public Health. Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 
Appropriation (annual). See 2221 

Public Hearing Room : Quarters : authority for altera- 
tions (Ralph H. Simpson Co.). Order. Passed 1743-4 

Public improvements: 

(See also the heading "Special assessments, special 
taxation, etc." For improvements in particu- 
lar streets and alleys, see under the names of the 
particular streets, etc.) 
Bonds for the payment of public improvements : direc- 
tion for submission of a Bill providing for the issu- 
ance of long-term bonds. Resolution, to Judiciary. 1867 



Public improvements: 

""Greater Chicago Improvements" : in the matter of has- 
tening the completion of the improvements. Reso- 
lution (Greater Chicago Federation), to Judiciary . . 1495 

Pub. and Filed 1672-:! 

Iteport (bi-weekly) of contemplated improvements : direc- 
tion for submission by the Board of Local Improve- 
ments. Order, Passed '....1141 

Public, Joseph : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1475 

Public lands. (See the heading "City property, leases, etc.") 
Public Library, Chicago. (See the heading "Library, Chicago 

Public".) 
Public markets. (See the heading "Markets, public". I 
Public Markets. Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriation (annual). See 2222 

Public passenger vehicles. (See the items listed under the 
headings "Vehicles (motor-driven)" and "Vehicles (other 
than motor-driven)".) 
Public Safety Commission : Direction for submission of an 

ordinance providing for creation. Order, to Judiciary. .1310 

Public Scale Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1139 

Public School Teachers' Pension and Retirement Fund. (For 

data, if any, see under the heading "Pension funds".) 

Public School Teachers' Pension and Retirement Tax Fund. 

(For data, if any, see "School tax fund" under the heading 

"Finance".) 

Public Service, Department of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2274-5 

Employes : 

Telephone inspector : increase in salary rate. Or- 
der. Passed 545-6 

Transportation inspectors : adjustment of salary 

rates. Order, Passed 1167-* 

Transportation inspectors : authority for employ- 
ment. Order, Passedi 1374-5 

Telephone Bureau : 
Monthly reports. 

For May, June, July and Aug., 1922, Filed.... 945 

For Oct., 1922, Filed 1347 

For Nov., 1922, to G., O. & E. L 1499 

For Dec, 1922, Filed . 1774 

For Jan. and Feb., 1923, Filed 2009 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers of 
funds".) 
Public State Bank : Deposits of City funds. ( See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Public utilities : 

(See also the headings •'Electric light and power", 
"Elevated railroads", "Gas", "Local transpor- 
tation", "Street railways", "Sub-ways, pas- 
senger", •■Telephones and telegraphs", etc.) 

Acquisition of public utilities by condemnation : request 
for the enactment of enabling legislation. Resolu- 
tion (Greater Chicago Federation), to Local Trans.. 524 

Filed 2133 

Certificates for the acquisition, construction and owner- 
ship of street railway, elevated railroad and sub- 
way railway lines by the City. (See the report of 
the Com. on Local Transportation, noted on pp. 
754-813.) 
"Home rule" for Chicago over local public utilities : di- 
rection for submission of a Bill granting to the City 
complete "home rule" over all local utilities. Res- 
olution, Adopted 1743 

Motorbus lines operating as public utilities for the trans- 
portation of passengers and freight. (For data, 
if any, see the heading "Motorbus lines".) 
Poles of public utility companies in streets and alleys. 
(See "Poles" under the heading "Streets".) 
Public utilities certificates. (See under the heading 

"Finance".) 
Public Utilities Commission 
Commission, Illinois" 
of.) 
Public utility inspectors. (For data, if any, see under "Em- 
ployes" under the heading "Streets, Bureau of".) 
Public vehicles. (See the headings "Vehicles (motor- 
license fee increased. Ordinance, to Loral Trans 1009 



)f Illinois. (See "Commerce 
under the heading "Illinois, State 



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Public vehicles. (See the headings "Vehicles (motor- 
driven)" and '• Vehicles (other than motor-driven)".) 

Public Welfare, Department of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2258 

Municipal Lodging' House : payment for repairs and clean- 
ing. Order. Passed 1579 

Municipal Lodging House : temporary use of the house 
as a boys' hotel. Come. (Comr. of Public Wel- 
fare), to City Hall 290 

Order, Passed 915-16 

Office space in the City Hall Square Bldg. : lease of 

rooms 807 to SOS. Order, Passed 1963 

Operation of the department and publication of a social 
service directory : authority to make certain expendi- 
tures for snch purposes. Ordinance, to Finance. . 106 

Quarters of the department : direction for removal from 
the City Hall Square Building to the Municipal 

Lodging House. Order, Passed 1555 

Public works. (See the heading "Public improvements".) 

Public Works, Department of: 

{Sec also the notations under the names of the vari- 
ous hureaus of the department. See also under 
the heading "Chicago, City of".) 

Annual report for 1921 : authority for printing (Sever- 

inghaus Printing Co.). Order, Passed 748-9 

Annual report for 1922. Filed 2009 

Annual report (47th) : authority for printing (Severing- 

haus Printing Co.). Order, Passed 2349 

Appropriations (annual) for the Commissioner's office. 

See 2276 

Coal : authority for purchase for sundry departments. 

Order, Passed 719 

Coal : authority for purchase for sundry departments 
i Wade Coal Co., Mortimer B. Flynn Coal Co. and 

Knox Fuel Co. ) . Order, Passed 1860-1 

Coal : payment for purchases for sundry departments 

(Mortimer B. Flynn Coal Co.). Order, Passed.. 1746 

Employes (in the Commissioner's office) : 

Chief Clerk : increase in salary rate. Order, Passed 742 
overtime: authority for payment. Order, Passed. .1325 

Stenographer (head) : authority for employment in 
lieu of a principal stenographer. Order, to 

Finance 2356 

(Journal corrected May e, 1923, pp. 107-8.) 

Stenographer (senior) : authority for employment in 

iieu of a .junior stenographer. Order, to 

Finance 2357 

(Journal corrected May 2, 1923, pp. 107-8.) 
Quarters of the department (Commissioner's office) : 
payment for installing gates (D. H. Doyle). Or- 
der, Passed 1153-4 

Transfers of funds. I See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Publication (newspaper) of ordinances. (See the notations 
under t*ie respective ordinances.) 

Puck, William : Driveway. Order. Passed 1315 

Pullman Company, The : 

Petition for a grant to the Calumet and South Chicago 
Ry. Co. to construct and operate a double-track 
street railway in K. 103rd st. from Cottage Grove 

av. to Woodlawn av. Come, to Local Trans 944 

Vacation of Bessemer a v., E. 104th st., E. 105th st., E. 
100th st. and adjacent alleys, and provision for 
conveyance to the City of certain land for the ex- 
tension of E. 103rd st. (See under "Bessemer av." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Pullman Land Assn., The : Vacation of Bessemer av., E. 

104th st., E. 105th st., E. 106th st. and adjacent alleys, 
and provision for conveyance to the City of certain 
land for the extension of E. 103rd st. (See under 
"Bessemer a v." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Pullman Railroad Co. (See under the heading "Railroads".) 
Pullman Trust & Savings Bank, The: Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Pult. Louis J.: Real estate office. Order, Passed 493 

Pumping stations. (See under the heading "Engineering, 

Bureau of".) 
Pumping systems for inflammable liquids. (See under the 

heading "Inflammable liquids".) 
Pure Test Malt Extract Co.: Sign. Order, Passed .... 477 
Puswaskis. Karl: Driveway. Order. Passed 1036 



Pyramid Improvement Assn. : Ornamental flower boxes. 

Order, Passed 2357 

Pytlik, Joseph S. : Bid for the purchase of property at 
1642 W. 47th st. Order (rejecting bid, referred 
April 12, 1922, p. 23S7) , Passed 711 



Quaterri, Edward : Addition to building. Order, Passed.247-8 

Queen of Angels Church : Street carnival. Order, Passed. 1022 

Quesse, William : Maintenance of repair shop and garage. 

Order (referred March 29, 1922, p. 2356), Filed 30 

Quincy st. : Paving, from Aberdeen st. to S. Morgan st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1472 

Quinlan, Harriet: Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Quinlan, T. F. : Claim. Filed 1797 

Quinlan, Thomas E. : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldejs 2192 

Quirk, James J.: Driveway. Order, Passed 873-4 

Quit-claim deeds: 

Anderson, I. J. : q.-c. deed to Lots 55 and 56, Block 7, in 

Burnside, Sees. 2 and 3-37-14. Ordinance, Possed.1858 

Casterline, Paul : q.-c. deed to Lots 45 to 48, Block 12, 

Rose Park, Sec. 13-40-13. Ordinance, Passed. .. .2161 

Cunningham, Walter F. : q.-c. deed to Lot 210, Rudolph's 
Sub. of Blocks 4 and 5, W. B. Ogden's Sub., Sec. 
18-40-14. Ordinance, Passed 1744 

Ficklen, Leonard : q.-c. deed to Sublots 100 and 101, 
Sub. of Lots 1 to 11, 29 to 41 and part of Lot 12, 
Block 26, Washington Heights, Sees. 7, 8, 17, 18, 
and 19-37-14. Ordinance, Passed 82-3 

Gibson, William : q.-c. deed to Lots 31 to 34, Block 6, 
East Chicago Lawn, Campbell's Sub., S. %, N. W. Yi, 
N. W. % , Sec. 24-38-13. Ordinance, Passed 1859 

Gibson, William : q.-c. deed to south y 2 of Lot 7, and Lots 
8, 14 and 15, Rudolph & Chladeck's Addn. to Austin, 
Sec. 5-39-13. Ordinance, Passed 729 

Gross's (S. E.) Boulevard Addn. to Chicago, W. % 
N. W. M, Sec. 23-40-13: q.-c. deed to owner of Lot 
13 in Block 8. Ordinance, Passed 527 

Kinzie's Addn. to Chicago : q.-c. deed to part of Lots 

5 and 6, County Clerk's Div. of unsubdivided ac- 
cretions lying east of and adjoining unsubdivided 
parts of Block 43, 44 and 54, and accretions to Su- 
perior and Huron streets, and alleys in Block 43 and 

44. Ordinance, to Railroads 1874 

Passed 2053 

Mather, M. E. : q.-c. deed to Lots 2, 3, 6 and 7, Block 

4, Pearson & Kinne's Addn. to Iving Park, Sec. 
14-40-13. Ordinance, Passed 2164 

Snow, Albert T. : q.-c. deed to Lots 168 and 169, Block 
11, Austin's Addn. to Austinville, a Sub. of east 15 
acres, N. W. 14, N. E. %, Sec. 8-39-13. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 744 

Snow, Taylor A.: q.-c. deed to W. Vz, S. 1/3, Block 9, 
Wakeman's Sub., S. E. %, Sec. 27-38-14. Ordi- 
- nance, Passed 88-9 

Spohn, John F. : q.-c. deed to Ex-alley Lots 6 to 12, 
Brainerd's Sub. of Block 5, Telford Burnhara's 
Sub., Sec. 5-37-14. Ordinance, Passed 1600-1 

Tax claims : authority for settlements during the Council 

vacation. Ordinance, Passed 712 

Yalowitz, Joseph : q.-c. deed to Lot 28, Block 2, Calumet 

6 Chicago Canal & Dock Company's Sub., W. %, 

5. E. %, Sec. 31-37-15. Ordinance, Passed ....559-60 



R. 



Rabbitt, James P.: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Race riots : 

Civilians killed or injured during the race riots. Re- 
port from Supt. of Police (referred Nov. 10, 1919, 

p. 1152), Filed 1677-8 

Suits pending against the City on account of the riots. 
Order (authorizing negotiations for settlement of 

damage claims) , Passed 742 

Order (making settlement of certain claims), 

Passed 1624 

Rachke, John: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 122 

Passed 513 

Rachoff, Martin : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 856 



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Eacine av. : 

Building at No. 1129 S. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, to Bldgs 1408-9 

Passed 1611-12 

Drains, between W. 103rd st. and W. 107th st, etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 877 

Loading platform (with steps), north of W. 21st st. (See 
under the heading "Burton-Dixie Corp.") 

Paving, from W. 87th st. to W. 89th st. (See "Paving, 
from Vincennes av. to S. Ashland av., etc." under 
the heading "Eighty-eighth st.") 

Paving, from W. 99th st. to W. 103rd St., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connections in W. 100th St., W. 
101st st. and W. 102nd st.). Ordinance, Passed.. 1424 

[Recommendation, estimate and ordinance pub- 
lished Feb. 18, 1921, pp. 1823-31]. 

Paving, from W. 103rd st. to W. 107th St., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connections in W. 105th st. W. 
106th st., S. Morgan st., Aberdeen st., S. May st. 

and S. Carpenter st.). Ordinance, Filed 1354 

[Recommendation, estimate and ordinance pub- 
lished and referred April 8, 1921, pp. 2202-8.] 

Sewer, from W. 115th st. to alley first south of W. 112th 
pi. (See "Sewer, from Wentworth av. to Glenroy 
av., etc." under the heading '"One hundred seventh 

St.") 

Water meter at No. 1248 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 2093 

Water meter at No. 3201 S. : removal. Order (re- 
ferred March 29, 1922, p. 2357), Filed 624 

Water supply pipe, from W. 81st St. to 140 ft. north of 

W. 87th st. (e. side). Order, Passed 292-3 

Watering trough at W. 87th st. : direction for installa- 
tion. Order, Passed 1238 

Radio Billiard Recreation, The : Sign. Order, to Bldgs. 642 

Passed • 825 

Radio matters. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Telephones and telegraphs".) 
Radiotone Co. : Sale of radiotone photographs to the City. 

Order, Passed 1326-7 

Railroad av. : Water supply pipe, from S. Mayfield av. to 

S. Mansfield av. Order, Passed 1267-8 

Railroad Shopmen's Relief Committee: Tag day. (See 
under the heading "Tag days".) 

il ■ 

Railroads : 

(See also the headings "Subways, railroads", 
"Switch tracks" and "Track elevation".) 

Aurora, Elgin & Chicago Railroad Co., The : Claim. 

To Finance 1987 

Baltimore & Ohio Chicago Terminal Railroad Co. : 

Freight house : construction on the east side of S. 
Franklin st., south of W. Harrison st. Order, 
to Bldgs 996 

Roosevelt road viaduct matters. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, 
Bureau of".) 

Track elevation matters. (See under the heading 
"Track elevation".) 
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. : 

Gates at Vincennes av. and W. 90th st. : direction 

for installation. Order, Passed 1238 

Track elevation matters. (See under the heading 
"Track elevation".) 
Central Terminal Railway Co. : 

Driveway. Order, to S. & A 862 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
Chicago & Alton Railroad Co. : Easement to the City 

to construct a sewer in and along S. Crawford av. 

from the Drainage Canal to W. 71st st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1000-1 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Uailroad Co. : 

Crossing at S. Kenton av. and W. 26th st. ". di- 
rection for repair of right of way. Order, 
Passed 1368 

Repair of sundry roadways in subways. Order, 

Passed 490 

Retaining walls at S. Kostner a v. : direction for 

repair. Order, Passed 503 

Roundhouse at W. 14th st. and S. Canal st. : di- 
rection for action to cause removal. Order, 
Passed 577 



Railroads : 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co. : Seminary 
av. : direction for an investigation of the occupation 
of the street, between Irving Park boul. and Grace 
St., by tracks of the Evanston Branch. Order, 

Passed 653 

Chicago & Northwestern Railway Co. : 

Appropriations for the construction, reconstruction 
and maintenance of railroad bridges in connec- 
tion with the extension of Ogden av. See.. 2305 

Claim. Order, Passed 1153 

Franklin-Orleans st. bridge : appropriation for the 

payment of claims against the City. See . . 2299 
Lease to the City of a parcel of land at the west 
end of the Kinzie st. bridge, as a site for a 

watchman's house. Order, Passed 1551 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
Chicago River & Indiana Railroad Co., The : Canopy. 

Order, Passed 1223 

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co. : 

Connection with water supply pipe and use of City 

water. Order, Passed 1537-8 

Gates : direction for installation at W. 95th st. 

Order, Passed 1038 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
Chicago Union Station Co. (For data, if any, see "Union 

Station Co., Chicago", below.) 
Chicago, West Pullman & Southern Railroad Co. : 

• Claim. To Finance 1731 

Switch tracks. (See under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
Chicago & Western Indiana Railroad Co. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 1238 

Roseland Pumping Station : contract for re-arrange- 
ment of tracks and installation of a new track. 

Order, Passed 1156 

Vacation of S. Bishop and Laflin sts. (See the nota- 
tions under "Bishop st." under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 
Elevation of tracks. (See the heading "Track eleva- 
tion".) 
Explosives transported by railroads. (See "Transporta- 
tion, etc." under the heading "Railroads".) 
Flagmen. (See "Gates and gatemen", below.) 
Foot-passageways under railroad tracks. (See the 

heading "Subways, railroads".) 
Gates and gatemen : 

Ninety-fifth st. : direction for installation of gates. 

(See under "Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rail- 

. way Co.", above.) 

Vincennes av. : direction for installation of gates 

at W. 90th st. (See under "Baltimore & Ohio 

Railroad Co.", above.) 

Grade crossings : direction for submission of a list of 

unprotected and unsatisfactorily protected grade 

crossings in the City. Order, to Track Elev 1224 

Grade crossings : direction for the stoppage of trains at 
those grade crossings which were to have been elimi- 
nated under the terms of contract ordinances for 

track elevation. Order, Passed 1359-60 

Grand Trunk Railway Co. : Track elevation matters. 

(See under the heading "Track elevation".) 
Illinois Central Railroad Co. : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1684 

Repair of the roadway under the elevation at E. 
103rd st. and Cottage Grove av. Order, 

Passed 2143 

Slips owned by the Company at E. Illinois st. : 
direction for entering into negotiations for use 
by the City for dumping purposes. Order, 

Passed 487-8 

Order (directing a report on action taken), 

Passed 644 

Come. (C. P. W.), Pub. and Filed 683 

Subway for pedestrians, at E. 54th pi. : direction 
for construction underneath the elevated struc- 
ture of the company. Order, to B. L. I.. . . . 2191 
Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co. : 

Crossing at S. Kenton av. and W. 26th st. : direction 

for repair of right of way. Order, Passed.. 1368 

Driveways. Order, to S. & A ...1319 

Orders, Passed 1457, 1592, 1592-3 



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Railroads: 

Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co. : 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
Manufacturers Junction Railway Co. : Crossing at 
S. Kenton av. and W. 26th st. : direction for repair 

of right of way. Order, Passed 1368 

Pennsylvania Co. : Track elevation matters. (See 

under the heading "Track elevation".) 
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Co. : 
Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch 

tracks".) 
Track elevation matters. (See under the heading 
"Track elevation".) 
Policemen (special) of railroad companies. (See under 

the heading "Policemen".) 
Pullman Railroad Co. : Vacation of Bessemer av., E. 
104th St., E. 105th st., E. 106th st. and adjacent 
alleys, and provision for conveyance to the City of 
certain land for the extension of E. 103rd st. (See 
under "Bessemer av." under the heading "Vacations 
of streets".) 
South Chicago Railroad Co. : 

Elevation and depression of tracks between E. 63rd 
st. and E. 94th st. Ordinance, to Track 

Elev. , 852 

Relocation of tracks, widening of platform and 
construction of ticket office and shelter in E. 
71st st. between Euclid av. and Jeffery av. 

Ordinance, to Railroads 235 

Passed 887 

Acceptance. See 941-2 

Relocation of tracks, widening of platform and 
construction of a ticket office and station on 
Exchange av., between E. 75th st. and E. 76th 
st. Petition and Ordinance, to Railroads ...1358 

Ordinance, Passed 1396 

Track elevation matters. (See under the heading 
"Track elevation".) 
South Shore Interurban Railroad : proposed increases in 
rates of fare from Kensington to Hegewisch. Pe- 
tition and Order, to Local Trans 2358 

Subways under elevated roadbeds and tracks. (See the 

heading "Subways, railroad".) 
Switch tracks. (See the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Track elevation. (See the heading "Track elevation".) 
Union Station Co., Chicago : 

Progress report : direction for submission on develop- 
ment work. Order, Passed 1742 

Roosevelt road viaduct matters. (See under 
"Bridges and viaducts" under the heading "En- 
gineering, Bureau of".) 
Union Stock Yard & Transit Co. of Chicago : 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 1128-9, 1303 

Sewer across property of the company in Sec. 
5-38-14. (See the ordinance providing for the 
construction of a sewer in Aberdeen st., from 
W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc. noted under 
the heading "Aberdeen St.") 
Railroads, Industries and Compensation, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading ''Ap- 
pointments".) 
Appropriations (1922) : change in language of item of 
appropriation for the Railway Terminal Commission 
in connection with the straightening of the Chicago 

River. Ordinance, Passed 483 

Report of newspaper publication. See 681 

Appropriations (annual). See 2221 

Leases of space in streets and alleys authorized by the 
committee. (See under "Occupation of streets, al- 
leys, sidewalks, etc." under the heading "Streets".) 
Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Railway Terminal Commission : 

Appropriations ( annual) . See 2221 

Employes : 

Secretary : authority for appointment. Order, 

Passed 546 

Investigator : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 1750-1 

■ Straightening of the South Branch of the Chicago River, 
from Polk st. to a point south of W. 18th st. : au- 
thority for payment of bills for legal services and 
examination of title. Order, Passed ... 1751 



Railway Terminal Commission : 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

Raimbault, Ernest: Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Rainbow Park Beach. (See under "Bathing beaches, muni- 
cipal" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and 
Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Randolph Hotel Co. : Canopy. Order, Passed 996 

Randolph st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Canopy at n.w. cor. of N. Clark st. (See under the 

heading "Hotel Sherman Co.") 
Canopy at Nos. 179-83 W. (See under the heading "Ran- 
dolph Hotel Co.") 
Canopy at No. 188 W. (See under the heading "Briggs 

Hotel Co.") 
Pipe under and along the sidewalk (n. side), from 60 
ft. east of N. Canal st. to 15 ft. north of West 
Water st. (See under the heading "Butler Broth- 
ers".) 
Subway, passenger (proposed), from Grant Park to N. 
Clinton st. (See the report of the Com. on Local 
Transportation, noted on pp. 754-813.) 
Widening, from N. Sangamon st. to Ogden av. : appro- 
priation for miscellaneous expense in connection with 

the improvement. See 2262 

Randolph Street Market. (See under the heading "Markets, 
public".) 

Rank, Charles J.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1020 

Rasmussen, Christian G. : 

Claim. To Finance 263 

Claim. Order, Passed 742-3 

Ratner, M. : Sign. Order, Passed 1036 

Ratzek, John : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1142 

Rauschenberg, Herman: Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Raven st. : 

Water supply pipe, from Milwaukee av. to N. Melvina 

st. Order, Passed 293-4 

Water supply pipe, from N. Nagle av. to Newark av. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Ravenswood av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between Montrose av. and 

Sunnyside av. (e. side). Order, Passed 253 

Curb at Nos. 4337-43 : permission for relocation, etc. 

Order, Passed 1311 

Sidewalk, from Peterson av. to Rose Hill Cemetery Com- 
pany's private road (e. side). Ordinance, Passed. 1233 
Water supply pipe, from Farwell av. to Morse av. Or- 
der, Passed 2123 

Ravenswood Battery Station : Driveways. Order, Passed. 1024 
Ravenswood Hospital : 

Smokestack foundation. Order, Passed 654 

Storage of building material in street. Order, Possed.1141 
Ravenswood Hospital Assn. : 

Claim. To Finance 1590 

Water supply pipe : free permit for installation. Or- 
der, Passed 1024 

Ravenswood Improvement Assn. : Issuance of free vehicle 
license. Order (referred April 12, 1922, p. 2448), 

Filed 623 

"Ravenswood Manor" : Repair and improvement of certain 
streets in the district lying between Lawrence av., Mont- 
rose av., N. Sacramento av. and the North Branch of the 

Chicago River. Order, Passed 867 

Ravenswood Music Shop: Sign. Order, Passed 1692 

Ravenswood National Bank, The : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Ravenswood Protective Assn. : Protest against the estab- 
lishment of a "Mary Club" at No. 4200 N. Paulina st. 

Come, and Petition, to Police 944 

Filed 1677-8 

Reading clerk of the City Council. (For data, if any, see 
under the heading "City Council".) 

Seal estate: 

Brokers in real estate. (See under the heading "Brok- 
ers".) 

Building restrictions, etc. (See the heading "Buildings" 
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Real estate: 

Experts (real estate) employed by the City. (For gen- 
eral data, if any, see under the heading "Chicago, 
City of". For experts employed by a particular 
department or bureau, see under the name of such 
department or bureau. ) 
Gross's (S. E.) Boulevard Addn. to Chicago, W. %, 
N. W. %, Sec. 23-40-13: q.-c. deed to owner of 

Lot 13 in Block 8. Ordinance, Passed 527 

Intensity of use of lot areas. (See the various notations 

under the heading "Zoning system".) 
Kinzie's Addn. to Chicago : q.-c. deed to part of Lots 5 
and 6, County Clerk's Div. of unsubdivided accretions 
lying east of and adjoining unsubdivided parts of 
Blocks 43, 44 and 54, and accretions to Superior 
and Huron streets, and alleys in Block 43 and 44. 

Ordinance, to Railroads 1874 

Passed 2053 

Leases of property by the City. (For data, if any, see 

the heading "City property, leases, etc.") 
Purchases by the City during the Council vacation. 

Ordinance, Passed 711-12 

Rents. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Land- 
lords and tenants".) 
Sales of City property. (For data, if any, see the head- 
ing "City property, leases, etc.") 
Wulff's Resub. of Lots 10 to 22, Resub. of Block 12. 
Village of Jefferson : direction for approval of plat 
attached to declaration of vacation (Warren B. 

Eldred). Order, Passed 1590 

Zoning system. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 
Real Estate Agent, City. (For data, if any, see under "Em- 
ployes" under the heading "City Comptroller".) 
Real Estate Capital Account. (For data, if any, see "Capital . 

accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 
Real estate experts of the City. (For general data, if any, 
see under the name of any such department or bureau.) 
perts employed in a particular department or bureau, 
see under the name of any such department or bureau.) 

Real Food Exchange, The : Claim. Filed 623 

Recreation Construction Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Redding, John : Completion of frame auto-shed. Order, 

Passed 1024 

Reddy, J. F. : Driveways. Order, Passed 850 

Redfleld st. : Paving, from Elston av. to Lot 14, Block 17 
of Sheffield's Addition to Chicago (n. side). Order 

(granting permission to Allis-Chalmers Co.), Passed. .. .1539 

Reding Bros. : Claim. To Finance 1735 

Reding & Hauser : Printing of ward record and account 

books for the Bureau of Streets. Order, Passed. .. .1794 

Redisricting, Committee on : Appointment of members. 
(See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Redmond, Wm. J.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 133 

Passed 513-14 

Reduction plant, municipal. (See "Municipal reduction plant" 

under the heading "Waste Disposal, Bureau of".) 
Reed, C. A.: Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 

Reed, Kersey C. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1874 

Reedy, Charles H. : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1768 

Rees st.: Vacation of the street. (See under the heading 

"Vacations of streets".) 
Reese (Michael) Hospital : Conduit. Ordinance, Passed.57-S 

Acceptance and bond. See 941-2 

Reese, Will : Claim. To Finance 1913 

Referendum votes. (For data, if any. see under the head- 
ing "Elections".) 
Refuse. (See the heading "Garbage and waste".) 
Regal Building Corporation : Canopy. Order, Passed. 1728-9 

Regnell, B. J.: Claim. To ■ Finance 1683 

Rehm Hardware Co. : 

Bridge (covered passageway). Ordinance, to S. £ A.. 1538 

Passed 1821-2 

Acceptance and bond. See 2064 

Driveway. Order. Passed 2144 

Reid, Murdoch & Co. : 

Projecting balcony or elevated sidewalk : new bond (under 

an ordinance passed March 18, 1913). See 178 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Reinke. Edward : Claim., To Finance 121 



Reivitz, .7.: Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Reliable Service Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1139 

Reliance Electric Co. : Installation, maintenance and opera- 

tion " of electric wires for burglar alarm, fire alarm, 

sprinkler alarm and watch service systems in certain 
territory in the City of Chicago. Ordinance, to G., O. 

<C- E. L 247 

Recommitted 1560 

Second Subst. Ordinance, Deferred 1765-6 

Passed 2002-4 

Reliance State Bank : 

Clock (ornamental). Ordinance, Passed 650 

Acceptance and bond. See 941-2 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 
Religious institutions. (For data, if any, see the heading 

"Churches and other religious institutions".) 

Reiner's Express & Van Co.: Claim. To Finance 233 

Reno, Roy : Driveway. Order, Passed 107 

Rents. (For data, if any. see under the heading "Landlords 

and tenants".) 
Renz (Theodore) & Sons Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 1135 

Repaczewski. I. : Maintenance of building. Order, 

Passed 1987 

Repair shops, automobile. (See "Repair shops" under the 

heading "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 
Repair shops, municipal. (For data, if any, see "Shops, 

municipal'' under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Repairs and upkeep (City departments). (For items affecting 

the various bureaus and departments, see under the 

names of the respective bureaus and departments.) 
Reports of City departments. (For reports of particular 

bureaus and departments, see under the names of such 

bureaus or departments. For general data, if any, 

see under the heading "Chicago, City of".) 

Republic Box Co. : Claim. Filed 1115 

Reserve Militia. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Illinois, State of".) 
Residence districts. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 

Resignations: 

Adair, Sadie Bay, M. D. : in the matter of resignation as 
a member of the Board of Education. (See the no- 
tations under "Resignations, etc." under the heading 
"Education, Board of".) 
Arnold, George B. : as a member of the Board of Edu- 
cation. Noted 523 

Cermak, Anton J.: as Alderman, 12th Ward. Accepted. .1425 
Address of Aid. Lyle (extending congratulations 

and good wishes) , Noted 1426 

Motion (directing the appointment of an in- 
duction-ceremonies committee), Carried 1426 

Committee appointed. See 1428 

Cermak, Anton J. : as Chairman of the Committee on 
Railroads, etc. and as a member of the Committees 
on Railroads, etc., Finance, Track Elevation, Pub- 
lic Health and Redistricting. Accepted 1346 

Davis, Edwin S. : in the matter of resignation as a mem- 
ber of the Board of Education. (See the notations 
under "Resignations, etc." under the heading "Edu- 
cation, Board of".) 
Devereux, Aid. Thos. P. : as a member of the Com. on 

High Costs and High Rents. Filed 918 

Kavanagh, Maurice F. : as Alderman, 18th Ward. Ac- 
cepted 1426 

Address of Aid. Powers (extending "congratula- 
tions and good wishes) . Noted 1426 

Motion (directing the appointment of an in- 
duction-ceremonies committee), Carried 1426 

Committee appointed. See 1428 

Kavanagh, Maurice F. : as Chairman of the Committee on 
Public Markets and as a member of the Committees 
on Buildings and Zoning, Schools, etc., Public Health ■ 

and Streets and Alleys. Accepted 1346 

Klarkowski, Boleslaus : in the matter of resignation as a 
member of the Board of Education. (See the no- 
tations under "Resignations, etc." under the head- 
ing "Education, Board of".) 
Robertson, Dr. John Dill : as a member of the Board of 
Directors of the Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis 
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Resignations: 

Severinghaus, A. H. : in the matter of resignation as a 
member of the Board" of Education. (See notations 
under "Resignations, etc." under the heading "Edu- 
cation, Board of".) 
Sonnenschein, Henry : as First Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms 

of the City Council. Accepted 1425 

Steffen. Walter P. : as Alderman, 23rd Ward. Accepted. 1426 

(Journal corrected, p. 1427.) 
Address of Aid. Byrne and Aid. Albert (ex- 
tending congratulations and good wishes), Noted. . .1420 

Motion (directing the appointment of an In- 
duction-ceremonies committee), Carried 1426 

Committee appointed. See 1428 

Struwing, Pauline : in the matter of resignation as a 
member of the Board of Education. (See the no- 
tations under "Resignations, etc."' under the head- 
ing "Education, Board of".) 
Thornton, Mrs. Francis E. : in the matter of resignation 
as a member of the Board of Education. (See the 
notations under "Resignations, etc." under the head- 
ing "Education, Board of".) 
Wolff, Oscar : as a member of the Board of Local Improve- 
ments. Noted 599 

Rest-Haven: Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag 

days".) 

Restaurants. (See the heading "Coffee houses or ordinaries".) 

Restoration of Street Openings Capital Account (Bureau of 

Streets). (For data, if any, see "Capital accounts" 

under the heading "Finance".) 

Resurrection Church : Free permits for erection of convent 

building. Order, Passed 2199 

Resurrection Girls Home : Tag day. I See under the head- 

ing "Tag days".) 
Resurrection Nursery : Tag day. (See under the heading 

"Tag days".) 
Returns of elections. (See under the heading '"Elections".) 
Revenue, Commission on : 

Chairman designated ; powers and duties prescribed. 

Ordinance, Passed 22-3 

Compensation for extra services : authority for payment. 

Order, to Finance 1348-9 

Passed 1555 

Revenues and expenditures of the City. (For general data, 
see "Appropriations, revenues, etc."' under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Review, Board of. (See under the heading "Cook County".) 
Rewards for the capture of criminals. (See under the head- 
ing "Crimes and criminals*'.) 
Rex, Frederick : Compensation for extra services. Or- 
der, Passed 1555 

Reynolds, George M. : Tender of appointment as a mem- 
ber of the Board of Education. See 1566 

Rhodes av. : Paving, from E. 95th st. to E. 93rd St., 

etc. (system). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and 

to S. & A 326-31 

Ordinance, Passed 914 

Rialto Drug Co., Inc.: Claim. To Finance 1535 

Ricco, Frank : Claim. To Finance 2357 

Rich, Mabel: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2359 

Richardson & Iioynton Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed. . 2030 

Richardson Scale Co. : Sale of automatic coal scales to 

the City. Order. Passed 534 

.1 mended 1155-6 

Richberg, Donald R. : 

Payment for services rendered to the Committee on Gas 

Litigation. Order, Passed . ■'■ 2026-7 

Proceedings before the courts and before the State Pub- 
lic Utilities Commission in reference to gas rates. 
(See the various items concerning gas rates, noted 
under the heading "Gas and gas appliances".) 
Richelsen, II. P. : Contract for the removal of ashes and 
cinders from the Harrison St. Pumping Station. Or- 
der, Passed 2371 

Richelsen (II. P.) Co.: Contract for the removal of cinders 

from certain pumping stations. Order (for Jan., 1923), 

Passed 1745-6 

(Journal corrected, p. 1771.) 

Order (for Feb., 1923) , Passed 1972 

Order (for March, 1923), Passed 2029 

Richelsen. Sorine : Auto-shed. Order. Passed 1740 



Richert, John A. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Contest of the election of Timothy A. Hogan as Alderman 
of the 11th Ward. (See under "Election contests" 
under the heading "City Council".) 
Richmond st. : 

Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st.., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connections in S. Albany av., W. 
52nd st. and W. 54th St.). Recom.. Est. and Or- 
dinance, Pub. and to 8. i(- A 611-18 

(Journal corrected, pp. 079-80.) 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 1801-2 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, from Devon av. to 300 ft. south of 

Granville av. Order, Passed 1877 

Rick, Charles G. : Claim. To Finance 1593 

Rick, Morris : Sign. Passed 1806 

Ridge a v. : 

Widening of the street, from N. Clark st. to Peterson av. 
(This is a part of the project for the improvement 
of Peterson av. For data, see the notations under 
the heading "Peterson av.") 
Ridge Avenue Park District. The : Tapping of water sup- 
ply pipe. Order, Passed 1141 

Ridge Park District: Vacation of W. 100th st. (See under 

the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Ridgeland av. : Paving, from E. 71st st. to 100 ft. south. 
(See "Paving, from Stony Island av. to Yates av., etc." 
under the heading "Seventy-first St.") 
Ridgeway av. : 

Drains, between Carmen av. and Argyle st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1813 

Paving, from Argyle st. to Carmen av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1694 

Repair of the roadway, from Douglas b'oul. to Ogden av. 

Order, Passed 539 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from Irving Park boul. to 

Grace st. Order, Passed 2041-2 

Switch track across the street, south of W. 33rd st. (See 
under "Commonwealth Edison Co." under the heading 
"Switch tracks".) 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water service pipes, between Carmen av. and Argyle st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1544 

Rieber, Rud : Maintenance of addition to shed. Order, 

to Bldys 113 

Passed 514 

Rienzi Garage : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 864 

Sign. Order, Passed 864 

Rifas, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 622-3 

Rifles. (See the heading "Weapons".) 

Riggs, Sandy H. : Driveway (permission to Sandy H. Riggs 

and W. B. Saindon). Order, Passed. . 2364 

Righeimer, Frank S. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Ring, Carl : Driveways. Order, Passed 106-7 

Ring, Karl : Driveway. Order, Passed 1684 

Ringer. Charles: Driveways. Orders, Passed 34, 110 

Ringer & Wilhartz : 

Telephone rate litigation : repeal of the ordinance, passed 
May 3, 1920, fixing rate as special counsel. Ordi- 
nance (referred July 8, 1921, p. 709), Filed 25 

Traction litigation : repeal of the ordinance, passed May 
3, 1920, fixing rate as special counsel. Ordinance 

(referred July 8, 1921, pp. 708-9), Filed 25 

Ringhoffer, Miss : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Ringold, Peter : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs.. 1308 

Passed 1487 

Risers (steps) in sidewalk space. (See under the respective 
streets and alleys, and under the names of particular in- 
dividuals, etc. For general data, if any. see under 
"Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc' under the 
heading "Streets".) 

Ritt, Otto: Removal of building. Order, to Bldgs 120 

Passed 514 

Rittenhouse, Robert : Vacation of an alley in Rountree's 
Addn. to Beverly Hills. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
River Improvement Refunding Bond Fund. (For data, if any, 
see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 



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River st. : 

Improvement of the street, between N. Wabash av. and N. 
Michigan av. (including a two-level thoroughfare from 
N. Michigan av. to E. South Water st., a ramp from 
N. Michigan av. to E. South Water st. (n.w. side), 
stairways, etc.). (See the ordinance providing for 
the improvement of South Water st., noted under the 
heading "South Water st.") 

Widening of the street, from N. Wabash av. to N. Mich- 
igan av. (This is part of the project for the widen- 
ing and improvement of South Water st. For data, 
see the notations under the heading "South Water 
St.") 
Riverdale, Village of : Tapping of water supply pipe. 

Order, Passed 1007 

Rivers and Harbors, Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2290-1 

Employes : 

Bridgetenders : authority for employment. Orders, 

Passed 743, 1154-5 

Clerk (senior) : provision for employment in lieu of 
a junior clerk. Amendment (to the Approp. 

Bill for 1923), to Finance 2359 

Vessel dispatcher : appropriation for salary. ( See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Rivers and 
Harbors, noted above.) 
Vessel dispatchers, assistant : appropriations for sal- 
aries. (See the appropriations for the Bureau 
of Rivers and Harbors, noted above.) 
Equipment : 

Harbor boat No. 4: authority for repairs (The Mit- 
chell Co.). Orders, Passed 748, 141 S 

Launch "Illinois" : appropriation for purchase of suc- 
tion pump. See 2291 

~ Ferry at E. 100th st. and the Calumet River : author- 
ity for purchase and remodeling of boat, employment 
of a laborer for operation, and rehabilitation of land- 
ing places. Order, Passed 743 

Ferry at E. 100th st. and the Calumet River : authority 

for repair of landing place. Order, Passed 1791 

Appropriation for the work. See 2291 

Lamps (Mazda) : authority for purchase (Matchless Elec- 
tric Co.). Order, Passed 1793-4 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

Rivers, John: Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Riverview Park : Municipal Pier : proposals for the priv- 
ileges of conducting the catering and dancing concessions 
on the pier during the seasons of 1922 to 1926. Bids, 

to Railroads 005 

Rejected 820 

Rivoli Theatre: Canopy. Order, Passed 1878 

Roach, John : Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Robaszewski, Stanley: Driveway. Order, Passed 1000 

Robbery- (See under the heading "Crimes and criminals".) 
Robbins, Solomon G. : Vacation of parts of an alley in C. 
E. Woolley's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 
Roberts, Daniel A. : 

Telephone-rate litigation : repeal of the ordinance, passed 
May 3, 1920, fixing rate as special counsel. Ordi- 
nance (referred July 8, 1921, p. 709), Filed 25 

Traction litigation: repeal of the ordinance, passed May 
3, 1920, fixing rate as special counsel. Ordinance 

(referred July 8, 1921, pp. 708-9), Filed... 25 

Roberts (J. B.) & Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Roberts, S. G. : Driveway. Order, Passed 498 

Robertson, Dr. John Dill : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Resignation as a member of the Board of Directors of the 

Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. 

Come, Pub. and Filed 680 

Robey st. : 

Bridge (covered passageway) over and across the street, 
south of Hastings st. (See under the heading "Mie- 
hle Printing Press & Mfg. Co.") 
Drains, between W. 99th st. and W. 101st st., etc. (sys- 
tem). Ordinance, Passed 1885 

Paving, from Howard st. to Birchwood av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1994 

Paving, from W. 99th st. to W. 101st st. (See "Paving, 
from Longwood drive to S. Western av., etc." under 
the heading "One hundred first st.") 



Robey st. : 

Sidewalks, from Howard st. to Rogers av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed ". 121 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water meter at n.w. cor. of W. Van Buren st. : removal. 

Order, to Finance 1224 

Filed 1797 

Water meter at Nos. 1650-8 N. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 650 

Filed 1115 

Water meter at No. 2015 S. : removal. Order, to Fi- 
nance 1009 

Passed 1659-60 

Water service pipes, between Birchwood av. and Howard 

st. Ordinance, Passed 1877-8 

Water supply pipe, from W. Garfield boul. to W. 63rd st. 

Order, Passed : 682-3 

Water supply pipe, from Home av. to 300 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of W. 101st st. 

Order, Passed 64-5 

Widening and extension of the street from Montrose av. to 
W. 87th st. (including the widening and extension of 
Beverly av.) : 

Appropriations for engineering and other serv- 
ices. See 23012-3, 2311 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 
Experts, special counsel, etc.: authority for em- 
ployment, payment of bills, etc. (See the 
various notations under "Employes" under 
the heading "Local Improvements, Board 
of.) 
Ordinances providing for the improvement : di- 
rection for the submission of repealing or- 
dinances. Order, to S. & A 1409 

Filed 1534 

Zone of quiet, between Fletcher st. and Barry av. Or- 
der, Passed 1474-5 

Robey Street Street-Improvement Bond Fund. (For data, if 
any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Robie, F. E. : Claim. To Finance 1913 

Robin, J. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1997 

Passed 2153 

Robin, M. : Sign. Order, Passed. . . 499 

Robinson, Celia : Settlement of claim against the City aris- 
ing out of the race riots. Order, Passed 1024 

Robinson, H. E. : Tapping of water supply pipes. Or- 
ders, Passed 663 

Robinson, Pearl : Claim. To Finance 1685 

Roche, Arthur B. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1590 

Rockwell st. : 

Conduit over and across the street, north of W. 19th st. 
(See under the heading "Fleischmann Co., The".) 
Paving, from Albion av. to Pratt av. (See "Paving, from 
Albion av. to Pratt av., etc." under the heading "Ar- 
tesian av.") 
Paving, from Pratt av. to Lunt av. (See "Paving, from 
N. California av. to N. Western av., etc." under the 
heading "Lunt av.") 
Sidewalk, from Berteau av. to Irving Park Boul. (w. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 1025 

Water meter at No. 15:22 N. : removal. Order, to Fi- 
nance 245 

Filed 1797 

Rocky Ledge Beach. (See under "Bathing beaches, municipal" 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Roeder, P. C. : Signs. Order, Passed 473 

Roeser, E. H. : Driveways (permission to E. H. Roeser 

and Herman F. Baumgart). Order, Passed 1035 

Rogers Park Beach. (See under "Bathing beaches, municipal" 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Rogers Park Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Roggenbuck, Mrs. : Dormer windows. Order, 

Passed 1994 

Amended 2196 

Rohde, Frank E. : Claim. Order, Passed 1321 

Ronner, John D. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1226 






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139 



Rokeby St. : Sewer, from Dakin st. to Cornelia a v. (See 

"Sewer, from Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." under the 
heading "Clifton av.") 
Rolfe, Jake : Vacation of Patterson av. and adjacent alleys. 
(See the notations under "Patterson av." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 
Rolson, James : Contracts for furnishing tug service to the 

City. Orders, Passed 1752, 1793, 1964-5, 2028 

Roltsch, August: Claim. Order, Passed 560-1 

Rooney, Edward: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Roos, Louis: Driveways. Orders, Passed 1029, 1030 

Roosevelt Memorial Assn. of Greater Chicago. Tag day. 

(See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Roosevelt road : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of.) 
Building at No. 3433 W. : permission for use of second 

floor as a public hall. Order, to Bldgs 1481 

Canopy at No. 812 W. (See under the heading "Gold 

Brothers".) 
Canopy at No. 3341 W. (See under the heading "Schrey- 

er, M.") 
Clock at s.e. cor. of S. Halsted st. (See under the head- 
ing "West Side Trust & Savings Bank".) 
Driveway at Nos. 4436-40 W. : permission for construc- 
tion. Order, Passed 1916-7 

Filling station at No. 3201 W. : permission for operation. 

Order, Passed 1011 

Filling station at s.w. cor. of Throop st. : protest against 

establishment. Petition, to Bldgs 290 

raving, from S. Cicero av. to S. Central av. (n. side) 

(James A. Sackley Co.). Ordinance, Passed.... 065 

Tank and pump (gasoline), at Nos. 3812-20 W. (See un- 
der the heading "Independence Auto Garage, The".) 
Viaduct. (See under "Bridges and viaducts" under the 

heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Water meter at No, 1201 W. : removal. Order (referred 

March 8, 1922, p. 2209), Filed 624 

To Finance 1131 

Passed 1659-60 

Roosevelt Road Improvement Bond Fund. (For data, if any, 
see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Roosevelt Road Viaduct Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Fi- 
nance".) 
Roosevelt State Bank : Deposits of City funds. ( See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Ropes (power) across streets and alleys. ( See under the re- 
spective streets and alleys, and under the names of par- 
ticular individuals, etc. For miscellaneous data, see 
under "Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." un- 
der the heading "Streets".) 

Rorstrand, Emil : Driveway. Order, Passed 1030 

Roscoe st. : 

Sewer, from Elaine pi. to Broadway. (See "Sewer, from 
Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." under the heading 
"Clifton av.") 
Water supply pipe, from N. Kenton av. to 12 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from N. Meade av. to Marmora av. 

Order, Passed 2199 

Water supply pipe, from N. Narragansett av. to 28 ft. 

westward. Order, Passed 1207-8 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Natchez av. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Rose, Geo.: Claim. Order, Passed 560-1 

Rose Packing Co.: Claim. To Finance 240 

Rose, Trudeau & Williamson: Claim. Order, Passed. .751-2 

Rosebrack, Mary: Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Roseland Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping stations" 

under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Roseland State Savings Bank, The : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Rosemont av. : Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 1125. 

(See under the heading "Rosemont Garage".) 
Rosemont Garage: Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

G., O. & E. L 1590 

Passed I 864 

Rosen, A. : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Rosen, E. D. : Frame-and-tile building. Order (referred 

March 29, 1922, p. 2372), Filed 31 



Rosen, George : Vacation of an alley in S. F. Hollesen's 
First Addn. to Rogers Park. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Rosen, Morris : Alterations in building. Order, to Bldgs. 11 SI 

Passed 2381 

Rosenbaum Bros. : Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Rosenberg, F. : Claim. To Finance 1875 

Rosenberg, II. J.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1475 

Rosenberg Iron & Metal Co. : Purchase of brass and bronze 

from the City. Order, Passed 17-18 

Rosenfeld & Brown: Claim. To Finance 2357 

Rosenstein, Harry L. : Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Rosenthal, Benjamin J.: Conduits and manholes. (See 
under the heading "Stumer (Louis M.) estate".) 

Rosenzweig, J. : Sign. Order, Passed 38 

Rosenzweig, N. : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Rosovsky, Aaron : Sign. Order, Passed 1013 

Ross (J. A.) Co. : Temporary prohibition against the letting 
of further contracts for paving to the company in con- 
nection with an investigation of the paving of an alley 
in the block bounded by Altgeld st., Logan boul., N. Rich- 
mond st. and N. Sacramento av. Subst. Order, Passed 

1214-15 

Ross, Tony : Sewer connection. Order, Passed 40 

Rosseau, Esdras M. : Selection as proxy for affixing the 
Mayor's signature to sundry instruments. Come. (May- 
or), Pub. and Filed 940-1 

Rossow, William C. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1151 

Rost, Fred E. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1044 

Rotary Oil Burner Corp.: Claim. To Finance 1876 

Roth, Incorporated : Loading platform. Ordinance, 

Passed 2155-6 

Roth, Jacob : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Roto Engraving Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1019 

Rourke, W. F. O. : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Row-boats. (See the heading "Vessels".) 

Roza, John A. : Claim. To Finance 1140 

Rozhon, Jos.: Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Rozynek, Peter: Driveway. Order, Passed 236 

Rubbish. (See the heading "Garbage and waste".) 

Rubenstein (H.) Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1473 

Rubenstein, Sam: Claim. Order, Passed 1282-3 

Ruber, Max: Three-story building. Order, to Bldgs... 503 

Passed 674' 

Rubin, Harry H. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 2038 

Passed ...12381 

Rubin, Isador : Maintenance of garage. Order, Passed. 171 

Rudaitis, Tony : Driveways. Orders, Passed 108 

Ruddy, Edward L. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Rudney, Walter: Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Rudolph, Edward J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Rudy, William: Claim. Order, Passed 560-1 

Ruff, Fred : Vacation of an alley in Wm. ' H. Britigan's 

Resub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Rub, Clarence : Vacation of Kenosha and Barry aves. 
(See the notations under "Kenosha av." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 
Ruhr : Invitation to attend a protest meeting against the 

invasion of the Ruhr, etc. Accepted 1824 

Rules of the road. (See the heading "Traffic regulations".) 

Rumbler, William P.: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Runways across streets and alleys. (See under the respec- 
tive streets and alleys, and under the names of particular 
individuals, etc. For miscellaneous data, see under 
"Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the 
heading "Streets".) 
Ruprecht, Martha A. : Risers and stairway area in side- 
walk space. Order, Passed 1404 

Rush st. : Stairways in sidewalk space at No. 871 : per- 
mission for maintenance. Order, Passed 1309 

Ruske, Werner F. : Temporary real estate office. Order, 

to Bldgs i482 

Passed 1612 

Russakov Can Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 1974 

Russakov, Joseph: Driveway. Order, Passed 1021-22 

Russell, Perry : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 4 ^4 

Russian Famine Relief : Tag day. (See under the heading 

"Tag days".) 
Russian Famine Relief, The American Committee for. (See 
the heading "American Committee for Russian Famine Re- 
lief, The".) 
Ruth, John: Claim. To Finance 1140 



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Rutherford av. : 

Sewer, from Addison st. to Roscoe st. Ordinance, 

Passed 870 

•Water ' supply pipe connection at Archer av. Order, 

Passed 1314 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to 372 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Barry av. to 66 ft. north of Well- 
ington av. Ordinance, Passed 2148 

Water supply pipe, from Wellington av. to 132 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Rutherford, Kathryn H. : Request for the appointment of 
a public defender for the purpose of curbing vice. 

Come., to Judiciary 1637 

Ruxton, Jonathan: Death. (See under the heading 
"Deaths".) 

Ryan, Edward M. : Claim. Order, Passed 712-13 

Ryan, James : Compensation for extra services. Order, 

Passed 1555 

Ryan, John : Commendation for ' bravery during 1921. 

See 462-3 

Ryan, John J.: Honorable mention for 1921. See 461 

Ryan, Simon : Claim. Order, Passed 1168 

Ryan, William E. : Claim. Order, Passed 546 

Ryerson (Joseph T.) & Son : Sale of reinforcing steel to 

the City. Order, Passed 1552 

Ryba, John: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 54 

Rygel, Martin : Driveway. Order, Passed 1312 



s. 



S. & L. Motor Co. : 

Automobiles (Ford) : sale to the City. Orders. 

Passed 669, 723, 1394-5, 1750, 12027-8 

Automobiles (Ford) : sale to the City, and exchange of 

old automobiles in part payment. Order, Passed. 533-4 

Amended 619 

Automobiles (Ford) : sale to the City, and exchange of 

old automobiles in part payment. Order, Passed. 666 
Automobile truck (Ford) : sale to the City. Order, 

Passed 1172 

S. M. Coal Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

S. & M. Co. : Driveways. Orders, Passed 243, 487 

Saaf, C. R. : 

Ornamental light posts. Order, Passed 1810 

Sign. Order, Passed : 1810 

Saaf, C. T. : Driveway. Order, Passed. ■. 1311 

Sachs, Harris : Claim. To Finance 2091 

Sackett, H. S. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 2349-50 

Sackley (James A.) Co. : Paving of W. Roosevelt road, 
from S. Cicero av. to S. Central av. (n. side). Ordi- 
nance, Passed 665 

Sacramento av. : 

Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st., etc." under the 
heading "Richmond st.") 
Resurfacing of the roadway, from Irving Park boul. to 

Addison st. Order, Passed 1995 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from Palmer st. to Logan 

boul. Orders, Passed 42, 1737 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, from Devon av. to 300 ft. south of 

Granville av. Order, Passed 1877 

Water supply pipe, from W. 54th st. to 24 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 1267-8 

Water supply pipe, from W. 54th st. to W. 54th pi. 

Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from W. 53rd st. to W. 54th st. 

Order, Passed 682-3 

Sacramento boul. : Garage at No. 112 S. : permission for 

erection. Order (referred March 8, 1922, p. 2210), 

Filed 30 

Sacred Heart Church : Water service pipe. Order, 

Passed 1038 

Safety Council, The Chicago. (See the heading "Chicago Saf- 
ety Council, The".) 
"Safety islands" in streets. (For general data, if any, see 
under the heading "Traffic regulations". For "safety 
islands" at particular locations, see under the names of 
the respective streets.) 
Safety zones. (For general data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Traffic regulations". For zones in particular 
streets, see under thp names of the respective streets.) 



Sahlin. N. Algot : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 622 

Sailors. (See under the heading "U. S. Government".) 

Saindon, W. B. : Driveway. (See under the heading 
"Riggs, Sandy H.") 

St. Andrew's School : Portable school building. Order, 

Passed 1303 

St. Anna Church : Free permits for erection of church 

building. Order, Passed 1223 

St. Ann's Day Nursery: Tag day. (See under the heading 
"Tag days".) 

St. Boniface Cemetery : Water service pipe. Order, 

Passed : 1140 

St. Brendan's Church : Installation of a water service 

pipe. Order, Passed 661 

St. C'amilius Church : Free permits for erection of church 

building. Order. Passed 1035 

St. Carthage's Church : Street carnival. Order. Passed 662 

St. Casimir's Academy : Free permit for tapping of water 

supply pipe. Order, Passed 1035 

St. Casimir's School : Occupancy of building. Order, 

Passed . . 647 

St. Clair st. : Sidewalks, from E. Huron st. to E. Ohio st. 

(both sides). Ordinance, Passed ' 577 

St. Elizabeth's Day Nursery: Tag day. (See under the 
heading "Tag days".) 

St. Elizabeth's Hospital (Children's Ward) : Tag day. (See 
under the heading "Tag days".) 

St. Elizabeth's Hospital (Social Service Dept.) : Tag day. 
(See under the heading "Tag days".) 

St. Francis of Milwaukee, Wis., The School Sisters of : 
'Vacation of part of an alley in Mason's Sub. (See un- 
der the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

St. Francis Xavier Academy : Cancellation of warrants for 

collection. Orders, Passed 1168, 1722, 2036 

St. Francis Xavier Female Academy : Vacation of an alley 
in Racine Highlands. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys". ) 

St. Hedwig's School : Tapping of water supply pipe. 

Order, Passed 658-9 

St. John A. M. E. Church : Free permits for erection of 

church building. Order, Passed 581 

St. John Cantius' School : Use of N. Carpenter st. for play- 
ground purposes. Order, Passed 576 

St. Joseph's Home for Aged and Crippled : Tag day. (See 
under the heading "Tag days".) 

St. Joseph's Home for the Friendless : Tag day. (See un- 
der the heading "Tag days".) 

St. Joseph's Home for the Friendless (Children's Dept.) : 
Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 

St. Julian's Day Nursery: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 

St. Katherine A. M. E. Zion Church : Tag- day. (See un- 
der the heading "Tag days".) 

St. Lawrence av. : 

Shower, between E. 65th st. and E. 66th st. : direction 

for installation. Order, Passed 572 

Stands, at n.w. cor. of E. 63rd st. : direction for removal. 

Order, Passed 849 

St. Leger, Ernest J. : Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

St. Louis av. : 

Paving, from 535.75 ft. north of W. 38th st. to W. Persh- 
ing road, (See "Paving, from S. Spaulding av. to 
283.8 ft. east of S. St. Louis av.. etc." under the' 
heading "Thirty-seventh pi.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in W. Pershing road 
and W. 38th pi. (See the notations under "Paving, 
from S. Spaulding av. to 283.8 ft. east of S. St. Louis 
av., etc." under the heading "Thirty-seventh pi.") 
Sidewalks, from W. 59th st. to W. 60th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 126 

Water meter at Nos. 1305-09 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1703 

St. Luke Evangelical Church : Free permits for erection of 

church building. Order, Passed .1317 

St. Margaret's Home: Tag day. (See under the heading 
"Tag days".) 

St. Mark's M. E. Church: Street fair. Order, Passed. 64S 

St. Mary's High School : Cancellation of warrants for col- 
lection. Orders, Passed 107, 2142 

St. Mary's Hill : 

Claim. Order, Passed 621 

Settlement of claim. Order. Passed 23 



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St. Mary's Home for Children : Tag day. (See under the 
heading '"Tag days".) 

St. Mary's of Nazareth Hospital (Children's Ward) : Tag 
day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 

St. Mary's School : Water service pipe. Order, Paused 

1008-9 

St. Mary's Settlement Day Nursery: Tag day. (See un- 

der the heading "Tag days".) 

St. Michaels ct. : Resurfacing of the roadway, from W. 

North a v. to Eugenie st. Order, Passed 745 

St. Michael's Italian Church : Closing of S. Oakley av. to 

traffic. Order, Passed 1 000 

St. Patrick's Church : Water service pipe. Order, Passed.1227 

St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Congregation : Free per- 
mits for erection of temporary church building. Or- 
der, Passed 1548 

St. Paul's Presbyterian Church : Water service pipe. Or- 
der, Passed 1225 

St. Philomena's Church : 

Church building : free permits for erection. Order, 

Passed ;263 

Slate roof on building : permission for erection. Or- 
der, Passed 1040 

St. Rosalia Society : Street festival and parade. Order. 

Passed 052 

St. Stephen's Church and School : 

School building : free permits for construction. Order. 

Passed 4S2 

Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, Passed 482 

St. Thomas Aquinas Church : Free permits for erection of 

church building. Order, Passed 1243 

St. Thomas' Church : Tapping of water supply pipe. Or- 
der. Passed , 1003 

St. Timothy Evangelical Church : Free permits for erection 

of church building. Order, Passed 1548 

St. Veronica's Church : Free permit for tapping water 

supply pipe. Order, Passed 1411 

St. Vincent's Infant Asylum : Cancellation of warrants for 

collection. Orders, Passed 475, 2142 

St. William's Catholic Church : Free permits for erection 

of church building. Order, Passed 584 

Salaries and wages of City employes. (For data, if any, see 
under the heading "City employes".) 

Salem Lutheran Church : 

Church building: free permits for erection. Order, 

Passed 1304 

Wooden frames : authority for installation. Order, 

Passed 1357 

Salerno, J. : Claim. To Finance 1807 

Salesrooms, automobile. (See under the heading "Vehicles 
(motor-driven )". ) 

Salken. F. H. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1729 

Salomon. William E. : Driveway. Order, Passed 844 

Saltzman, R. E. : Signs. Orders, Passed 1308 

Salvaggi, Charles : Claim. To Finance 1683 

Salvat, Harry: Driveway. Order. Passed 34 

Salvation Army : 

Cancellation of warrants for collection. Order, Pa.sserf.1168 

Erection of building. Order, Passed 1317 

Steps and encroachments in sidewalk space. Order, 

Passed 651 

Salvation Army Free Dispensary : Exemption from payment 

of dispensary license fee. Order, Passed 1807 

Salvatori. Sante : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Sam, George : Claim. Order. Passed 751-2 

Sammons, W. W. : Vacation of S. Fairfield av., S. Cali- 
fornia av.. W. 108th st. and W. 109th st. (See the nota- 
tions under "Fairfield av." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Sammons, Wheeler : Construction of passageway. Or- 
der, Passed 2362 

Sample Phonograph Shop: Sign. Order, Passed £60 

Sampson. Charles A.: Driveway. Order. Passed 244-5 

Sampson, Morris : Steps and fence in sidewalk space. 

Order. Passed 488 

Samson, Jacob : Use of building for lodge hall purposes. 

Order, to Bldgs 648 

Passed 8'25 

Samuel, C : Claim. To Finance 2357 

Samuel Isaac Sick Visiting and Aid Society : Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days") 

Samuelson (Jack) Bowling Alleys : Sign. Order, Passed 54-5 

San Jose av. : Name (new) for the street. (See under the 

heading "Street nomenclature".) 



San Kocco di Modugno Society : 

Festoons of electric lights. Order, Passed 117 

Grandstand: free permit for erection. Order, Passed. 117 
Sanberg, John W. : Honorable mention for 1921. See. . 465 

Sanders, Oscar : Claim. Filed G23 

Sandona, Sebestian : Tapping of water supply pipe. Or- 
der, Passed J221 

Sandy, Michael : Revocation of a permit for the removal 

of a building. Order, to Bldgs 482 

Fil€d '.'.'.'. .826 

Sanford, Mary : Settlement of claim against the City aris- 
ing out of the race riots. Order, Passed 1624 

Sangamon st. : 

Paving, from Fulton st. to 310 ft. north. Ordinance. 

Passed . 1689 

Paving, from W. 100th st. to W. 103rd st. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 99th st. to W. 103rd st., etc." under the 
heading "Racine av.") 
Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 

"Subways, railroad".) 
Water pipe under and across the street, north of W. 16tb 
st. (See under the heading "Griswold and Walker 
estate".) 
Sanitary Barber Shop: Barber pole. Order, Passed.... 255 

Sanitary District of Chicag-o, The: 

Intercepting sewer, drain and outlet as an adjunct to 
the Calumet-Sag Channel : grant of easement from 
the City of Chicago for construction of a sewer in 
and across certain lands (including parts of E. 110th 

st. and Vernon av.). Ordinance, to S. rf A 112 

Passed 516-17 

Acceptance and bond. See 941-2 

Intercepting sewer, drain and outlet as an adjunct and 
addition to the main channel of the District : grant 
of easement from the City of Chicago for construc- 
tion of a sewer in alley west of Lawrence av. 
pumping station to and connecting with the sewer 

in Clifton av. Ordinance, Passed 252 

Acceptance. See 941-2 

•Intercepting sewer drain and outlet as an adjunct to the 
Calumet-Sag Channel : grant of easement from the 
City of Chicago for construction of a sewer in Ave- 
nue N, E. 102nd st. and Avenue O. Ordinance, 

Passed . 851 

Level of Lake Michigan : in the matter of the lowering 
of the lake level through an excessive withdrawal 
of water through the Drainage Canal. Come. 

(City Clerk, Michigan City, Ind.), to Harbors 1772 

Filed 1984 

Telegram (Mayor, Manitowoc, Wis.), to Har- 
bors 1823 

Filed • 1984 

Comes, and Resolutions (City Clerk, Manitowoc, 

Wis. ) , to Harbors 2008, E-'064 

Sanitary Inspection, Bureau of. (For data, if any, see the 

heading "Health. Department of".) 
Saperstine. Aron : Issuance ol 'pro-rated amusement li- 
cense. Order, Passed 2093 

Sarah Hackett Stevens Memorial Nursery : Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 
Sarah Hackett Stevenson Memorial: Tag day. (See under 
the heading "Tag days".) 

Sattler, Herman: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2199 

Saunders, P.: Frame passageway. Order, to Bldgs .... 502 

Passed 896 

Sauve, Eli : Claim. Filed 624-5 

Sawyer Amusement Co. : Vacation of alleys in Garrett's 
Third Logan Square Sub. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Sawyer av. : 

Bridge (covered passageway), at Nos. 819-55 N. (See 

under the heading "Nelson (H. P.) Co.") 
Paving, from Archer av. to 465.70 ft. south of W. 45th 

St., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 108-9 

Sidewalks, from Belmont av. to Diversey av. (both sides). 

Ordinance. Passed 658 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, from Byron st. to Waveland av. 

Order, Passed 1062-5 

Sawyer Biscuit Co. : Bridge (covered passageway) and 

tunnel. Ordinance, to S. <£• A 247 

Passed 903-4 

Second Ordinance, to <S". & A 1689 

Passed 2059-60 



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1922-23 



Sayad, D. : Claim. (See under the heading "Tatian, H.") 
Sayre av. : 

Paving, from Diversey av. to Fullerton av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from N. Oak Park av. to N. Harlem av., etc." 
under the heading "Schubert av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See the 
notations under "Paving, from N. Natoma av. to N. 
Harlem av." under the heading "Addison st.") 
Sewers, from W. North av. to 1G0 ft. south of Armitage 
a v. and from Armitage a v. to Dickens av. (See 
"Sewer, from W. North av. to 240 ft. north of Me- . 
dill av., etc." under the heading "Harlem av.") 
Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 56th st. Or- 
der, Passed 1062-5 

Scafidi, Matteo : Claim. Order, Passed 75i2-3 

Scales in the roadways of streets and alleys. (For scales 
at particular locations, see under the respective streets 
and alleys, and under the names of particular individuals, 
etc.) 
Scalono, W. B. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs.. 1408 

Passed 1612 

Scalzitti, L. : Construction of dormers and flat. Order, 

Passed 1319 

Scannell, Edward : Claim. Order, Passed ."712-13 

Scarlate, M. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1239 

Passed 1382 

Schaaf, Adam: Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 
Sehader, John T. : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

G., 0. £ E. L 1536 

Filed 1864 

Schaefer, William C. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1044 

Schaffer, Frank C. : Claim. To Finance 473 

Scharf, H. : Maintenance of building. Order, Passed . .1315 

Schatzman, J. : Sign. Order, Passed 1807 

Schell, Mrs. E. : Claim. Order, Passed ;... 561 

Scher, Isaac: Sign. Order, Passed 1875 

Schiak, Charles : Driveways (permission to Charles Schiak 

and Charles Mueller). Order, Passed 1811 

Schick, Charles: Claim. Order, Passed 96 

Schiller-Rest & Co.: Claim. To Finance 1732 

Schimanek, Vincent : Claim. Order, Passed 1601 

Schintz, Martha C. : Riser in sidewalk space. Order, 

Passed 1404 

Schlachet, Herman: Driveway. Order, Passed 1046 

Schlake Dye Works : Driveway. Order, Passed 268 

Schlecht, C. F. : Repair of retaining wall. Order, 

Passed 1473 

Schlegel, Henry: Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments". ) 

Schletz, Alvin: Sign. Order, Passed 1882-3 

Schmidt, Erich A.: Claim. Order, Passed 752-3 

Schmidt, F. : Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Schmidt Furniture Co.: Sign. Order, to 8. & A 2198 

Passed 2354-5 

Schmidt, H. J.: Real estate office. Order, Passed 2362 

Schmidt, John W. : Claim. Order, Passed 546 

Schmidt, Julius R. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Schmidt, Walter A.: Sign. Order, Passed 1411 

Schmitz, (John P.) & Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1022-3 

Schneider (E. C.) Co.: Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs. .2102 

Filed 2187 

Schneider, Paul: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 622 

Schneller, Louise: Claim. Filed 1209-10 

Schnur, Peter: Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Schob, F. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1S40 

Schoenfelt, Albert: Maintenance of shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1307 

Passed 1487 

Schoenwald, A. J.: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 171-2 

Scholder, H. : Claim (presented as claim of H. Scholder 

& L. Store) . To Finance 999 

Scholtens, Mr. : Claim. To Finance 1686 

Scholz, Charles : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

. Passed 1698 

Schomer, B. : Claim. Order, Passed 561 

School Affairs, Joint Committee on : Request for an appro- 
priation by duly constituted public bodies for an invest- 
igation of the affairs of the Board of Education. Re- 
solution, to Finance 1394 

School for Boys. (For data, if any, see the heading "Chicago 

and Cook County School for Boys".) 
School for Boys Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 



School st. : 

Sewer, from 127 ft. west of N. Menard av. to 637 ft. west 

thereof. Ordinance, Passed 1144 

Water supply pipe, from N. Meade av. to N. Melvina av. 

Order, Passed 579 

Water supply pipe, from N. Narragansett av. to 298 ft. 

west of N. Melvina av. Order, Passed 292-3 

School Tax Fund. (See under the heading "Finance".) 
Schools, Fire and Civil Service, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 
Appropriation (annual). See 2223 

Schools and other educational institutions: 

(For particular public schools see under the heading 
"Education, Board of"; for particular private 
schools see under the names of the particular in- 
stitutions.) 
Automobile salesrooms : prohibition against erection or 
maintenance within 1200 ft. of schools. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2365-7 

Lumber yards, box yards, etc. : prohibition against estab- 
lishment within 200 ft. of schools. Ordinance 

(see p. 166) , Passed 141-66 

Motor Drivers School : in the matter of the inauguration 
of the school by The Chicago Safety Council for 
the purpose of minimizing automobile accidents in 
Chicago. Come. (The Chicago Safety Council), 

to Local Trans 2 

Pub. and Filed •. 221 

•Playgrounds adjoining school buildings. (See under 
"Playgrounds" under the heading "Parks, Play- 
grounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids : prohibition 
against installation within 200 ft. of schools. 

Ordinance (see p. 153), Passed 141-66 

Traffic signs in the vicinity of school buildings. (See un- 
der the heading "Traffic regulations".) 
Schorsch, Louis L. : Vacation of part of Byron st. and an 
adjacent alley. (See the notations under "Byron st." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Schramm, William : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 2199 

Schreiber av. : Sewer, from N. Harlem av. to 40 ft. west 

of N. Neva av. Ordinance, Passed 496 

Schreiber, Mathilda : Vacation of part of an alley in 
Frank N. Gage's Addn. to Englewood Heights. (See 
under the heading "Vacation of alleys".) 

Schreiner, J. J. : Claim. Order, Passed "96 

Schreyer, M. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1241 

Schrik (Henry) & Co.: Claim. To Finance 1495 

Schroeder, Ernest: Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Schroeder, H. L. : Pipe : acceptance and bond (under an 

ordinance passed Feb. 17, 1922). See 64 

Schroeder, Robert : 

Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Claim. Filed 1797 

Schroeder & Tremayne : Sale of sponges to the City. Or- 
der, Passed 552 

Schubert av. : 

Paving, from N. Cicero a v. to N. Lavergne av. (See 
"Paving, from Fullerton av. to Diversey av., etc." 
under the heading "Lamon av.") 
Paving, from N. Oak Park av. to N. Harlem av., etc. 
(system) (including sewer connection in the street 
and in Wrightwood av. and Altgeld St.). Recom., 

Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to S. & A 1192-1201 

Ordinance, Passed 1424 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1265-6.) 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in N. Neva av., N. 
Nordica av., N. Sayre av., N. Newland av., N. New 
England av., N. Newcastle av. and N. Oak Park 
av. (See the notations under "Paving, from N. 
Oak Park av. to N. Harlem av., etc.", above.) 
Water supply pipe, from N. Cicero av. to N. Lamon av. 

Order, Passed 64-5 

Water supply pipe, from N. Cicero av. to N. Lavergne 

av. Order, Passed 751 

Water supply pipe, from N. Crawford av. to N. Karlov 

av. Order, Passed 64-5 

Water supply pipe, from west of N. Kilbourn av. to 

N. Kenton av. Order, Passed 878 

Water supply pipe, from N. Kildare a v. to N. Keeler 

a v. Order, Passed 64-5 



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INDEX 



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Schubert av. : 

Water supply pipe, from N. Lamon av. to 168 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 682-3 

Schubert, John: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1740 

Second Order, Passed 2045 

Schubert's La Salle Theatre: Sign. Order, Passed 1987 

Schuenemann, Leo A. : 

Sign. Order, to S. cC- A 1319 

Passed 1563 

Sign. Order, to Bldgs 1542 

Schuler, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Schulte, Aug. : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Schultz, A. : Claim. To Finance 1987 

Schultz, Charles F. : Driveway. Order, Passed 235 

Schultz, Charles W. : Construction of building. Order, 

to Bldgs 1014 

Passed 2381 

Schultz, John : Driveway. Order, Passed 1024 

Schultz, Richard H. : Claim. To Finance 2091 

Schultz, Robert: Claim. Order, Passed 80-1 

Schultz, Wm. R. V. : Honorable mention for 1921. See 462 

Schulze Baking Co.: Claim. To Finance 2191 

Schulze, F. : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Schulze Laundry : Driveway. Order, Passed 135 

Schulze, William: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1321 

Passed 1487-8 

Schutler, Rose : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. .1Q4A 

Passed 1257 

Schwartz, Felix J. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1145 

"Schwartz plan" for municipal operation and ownership of 
local transportation facilities. (See "Municipal opera- 
tion, etc." under the heading "Local transportation".) 

Schwartz and SchulhofE : Sign. Order, Passed 1991 

Schwartz, U. S. : Banner. Order, Passed 1126 

Schwartz, Ulysses S. : Appointments. (See under the 
heading "Appointments".) 

Schwarz, Fridolin : Driveways. Order, Passed 1877 

Schweizer, Charles : Driveway. Order, Passed 258 

Schwenk, M. J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1481 

Schwimmer, Frank J. : Gasoline tank and pump. Or- 
der, to a., 0. £ E. L 1766 

Filed 1864 

Scott, John T. : Honorable mention for 1921. See 462 

Scottish Old Peoples Home: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Seown (William J.) Building Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Parsed 1537 

Scully, James: Honorable mention for 1921. See 462 

Scully, Louis : Permission to lay drains in certain streets 

on payment of one fee, etc. Orders, Passed . . . .1363, 1914 
Seagrave Company : Sale of a water tower to the City. 

Order, Passed 723 

Sears, Roebuck & Co. : 

Claim. Order, Passed 560-1 

Pipes and hydrants. Ordinance, to S. & A 243 

Passed 905-6 

Acceptance and bond. See 1179-80 

Pipes, hydrants and indicator valves. Ordinance, to 

S. <C- A 243 

Passed 906-7 

Acceptance and bond. See 1179-80 

Tunnel. Ordinance, to S. & A 1014 

Passed 1341-2 

Acceptance and bond. See 1713 

Seckuach, Emil : Claim. Order, Passed 622 

Second-hand dealers and second-hand stores : 

Second-hand stores : definition ; places smelting precious 
metals included in definition ; classification ; license 
fees and license period fixed ; exemption of pawn- 
brokers, junk yards, etc., charitable and religious 
organizations from payment of license fees ; investi- 
gation of premises by Supt. of Police required ; 
Supt. of Police empowered to specify form of detailed 
reports of purchases, sales and exchanges. Or- 
dinance, Passed 547 

Report of newspaper publication. See 942-3 

Second-hand stores : direction for inclusion in The Chi- 
cago Municipal Code of 1922 of a change in the 
language of the ordinance licensing and regulating. 

Resolution, Adopted 547-8 

Wearing apparel (new) : exemption from inclusion in 
detailed record kept of articles purchased, sold or 

exchanged. Ordinance, Passed 248 

Report of newspaper publication. See 599-600 



Second North-Western State Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Second Security Bank of Chicago : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Security Bank of Chicago: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Sedgwick st. : 

Filling station, at n.w. cor. of Menomonee st. : protest 
against establishment. Petition (property-own- 
ers), to G., O. & E. L 1038 

Filling station, at s.w. cor. of Ogden av. : direction for 
withholding of permits for erection. Order, 

Passed , 1874 

Ordinance, Passed §51 

Sidewalks, from Garfield av. to Center st. (both sides). 
Seed merchants : Wholesale seed merchants : definition ; 
licenses required ; investigation as to suitability of 
premises ; license fees and license period fixed ; sanitary 
requirements; penalty provided. Ordinance, Passed.. 95-6 

Report of newspaper publication. See 289 

Seeley av. : 

Water supply pipe, from Birchwood av. to 130 ft. north 

of Home av. Order, Passed 1774-5 

Water supply pipe, from W. 101st st. to 380 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 1774-6 

Water supply pipe, from Wellington" av. to George st. 

Order, Passed 1267-8 

Seffren Scrap Iron & Machinery Co. : Claim. Order, 

Passed (521 

Seiter, George P. : Vacation of Gettysburg st. and an 
adjacent alley. (See the notations under "Gettysburg 
st." under the heading "Vacations of streets.") 
Seitz. Henry : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1040 

Street lights in parkway. Order, Passed 2045 

Selig, Carl : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Sell Bros.: Sign. Order, Passed 2035 

Sellers, C. C. : Claim. To Finance 1869 

Selwyn Theatre Corp. : 

Canopies. Order, Passed 642 

Signs. Order, Passed 641, 641-2 

Semaphores. (See under "Traffic signals" under the head- 
ing "Traffic regulations".) 
Seminary av. : 

Factory and laundry buildings at s.e. and s.w. corners 
of Center st. : prohibition against issuance of per- 
mits for construction. Petition and Order, to 

Bldgs 2040 

Occupation of the street, between Irving Park boul. 
and Grace st. : direction for an investigation of oc- 
cupation by tracks of the Evanston Branch of the 

C, M. & St. P. Ry. Order, Passed 653 

Semran, Sylvester : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, 

to Bldgs 1359 

Passed 1488 

Sennott, William : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Seno, James : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 573 

Sergeant-at-Arnis of the City Council and assistants. (For 
data, if any, see under the heading "City Council".) 

Scrra, Nicholas : Claim. Filed 623 

Serritella, Tony: Claim. Order, Passed 1325 

Service Battery and Tire Works : Sign. Order, Passed.1695 

Sessler, J. G. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1364 

Passed 1488 

Seventeenth st. : Sidewalks, from Loomis st. to Laflin st. 

(both sides). Ordinance, Passed 203S 

Seventeenth Ward : Catchbasins in the ward : direction 

for cleaning. Order, Passed 489 

Seventieth st. : Vacation of the street. (See under the 

heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Seventy-fifth st. : 

Sidewalk, from Lake Park av. to Coles av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1221 

Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 1535 E. (See under 
the heading "Haase, A. W.") 
Seventy-first st. : 

Lease of space in the street, west of Yates av. (See un- 
der the heading "Mooney, Joseph F.") 
Paving, from Stony Island av. to Yates av., etc. (sys- 
tem). Recom., Est and Ordinance, Pub. and to 

S. <£ A 331-41 

Ordinance, Passed 914 

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Seventy-first st. : 

Relocation of railroad tracks, widening ot platform and 
construction of ticket office and shelter, between 
Euclid av. and Jeffery av. (See under "South Chi- 
cago Railroad Co.'' under the heading "Railroads".) 
Sewer, from Stony Island av. to Yates av. Ordinance, 

Passed 849 

Water supply pipe, from S. Western av. to S. Claremont 

av. Order, Passed Vl'2'6 

Seventy-fourth pi. : Opening and widening of the street, 
between Jeffery av. and Clyde av. Ordinance, De- 
ferred 1305 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 2343 

Seventy-fourth st. : Sidewalks, from South Park av. to S. 

Michigan av. (both sides). Ordinance. Passed 1005 

Seventy-ninth st. : 

Brains, between S. Ashland av. and S. Western av. 

Ordinance, Passed 1413-14 

Paving, from S. Ashland av. to S. Western a v. Recom., 

Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 8. & A 2012-18 

Ordinance, Passed 2355-6 

Sewer, from Columbus av. to 640.43 ft. west of S. St. 

nance, Passed 2147 

Sewers, from S. Hermitage av. to S. Western av., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 1480 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in S. Western av. 
(See the notations under "Sewer, from 530 ft. south 
of W. 74th st. to W. 92nd pi. (e. side), etc." under 
the heading "Western av.") 
Sewer, from S. Western av. to S. Kedzie av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2147 

Sidewalk, from St. Lawrence av. to South Park av. (n. 

side). Ordinance, Passed 238 

Sidewalks, from Stony Island av. to Kenwood av. (both 
sides). Ordinance (for repeal of an ordinance 

passed October 29, 1917), Passed 854 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Champlain av. 

(s. side) . Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from 10 ft. west of Cottage Grove 

av. to Evans av. (s. side). Order, Passed .... 1062-5 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Eberhart av. 

(s. side) . Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Federal st. 

(s. side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Langley av. 

( s. side) . Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of S. LaSalle st. 

(s. side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from S. Michigan av. to Indiana av. 

(s. side) . Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Prairie av. to 145 ft. east- 
ward (s. side) . Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Princeton av. 

(s. side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Rhodes av. 

(s. side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of St. Lawrence 

av. (s. side) . Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from 70 ft. west of S. State st. to 

Lafayette av. (s. side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from 10 ft. east of S. State st. to 
58 ft. east of S. State st. (s. side). Order, 

Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Vernon av. 

(s. side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from 85 ft. east of Vincennes av. to 

Harvard av. (s. side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of S. Wabash 

av. (s. side). Order, Passed . . . : 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of AVentworth 

av. (s. side) Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Yale av. (s. 

side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Yale av. to Wentworth av. 

(n. side). Order, Passed 1062-5 

Widening, between S. Western av. and S. Cicero av. 

Ordinance, Passed 1592 

Seventy -ninth st. beaches. (See under "Bathing beaches, 
municipal" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and 
Knthing Beaches. Bureau of".) 



Seventy-second st. : 

Building (three-story) at s.e. cor. of Constance av. : 

permission for construction. Order, to Bldys.. . .1805 
Resurfacing of the street, from Jeffery av. to Exchange 

av. Order, to Finance 230 

Resurfacing of the street, from Paxton av. to Exchange 

av. Order, Passed 745 

Seventy-seventh st. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in S. Western av. 

( See the notations under "Sewer, from 530 ft. south 

of W. 74th st. to W. 92nd pi. (e. side), etc." under 

the heading "Western av.") 

Sidewalk, from Calumet av. to Indiana av. (n. side), etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 113 

Sidewalks, from Wallace st. to S. Halsted st. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 500 

Seventy-sixth pi. : Sidewalks, from Coles av. to Exchange 

av. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed. 573-4 

Seventy-sixth st. : 

Closing of street to traffic, from South Shore drive to 

Lake Michigan. Order, Passed 10O6 

Paving, from Loomis st. to S. Ashland av. Ordinance, 

Passed 500-1 

Sewer, from Loomis boul. to S. Wood st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Sidewalks, from Yates av. to Jeffery av. (both sides). 

Ordinance. Passed 111-12 

Water supply pipe, from Bishop st. to Loomis st. Or- 
der, Passed ■. 1062-5 

Water supply pipe, from Bishop st. to 23 ft. eastward. 

Order. Passed 1062-5 

Seventy-sixth St. Beach. (See under "Bathing beaches, mu- 
nicipal" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and 
Bathing Beaches. Bureau of".) 
Seventy-third st. : 

Paving, from Stony Island av. to Exchange av. (includ- 
ing sewer connection in East End av.). Recom.. 

Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 8. & A 341-6 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 639 

Ordinance, Reconsidered and Passed 918 

Second Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 

8. d A 1851-7 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1889-90.) 

Ordinance, Passed 2118 

Premises Nos. 1449-51 E. : claim of owner. Filed ....1797 

Premises Nos. 7300-02: claim of owner. Filed 1797 

Resurfacing of the street, from South Chicago av. to the 

I. C. R. R. Ordinance, Passed 849-50 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Prairie av. 

(s. side) Order, Passed 2123 

Seventy-third St. Water Tunnel. (For data, if any, see 
"Southwest Land Tunnel" under "Water system" under 
the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 

Severin, V. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Severinghaus, A. H. : Resignation as a member of the 
Board of Education. (See the notations under "Resig- 
nations, etc." under the heading "Education, Board of".) 
Severinghaus Printing Co. : 

Annual report (1921) : printing for the Dept. of Gas and 

Electricity. Order, Passed 553 

Annual report : printing for the Municipal Court of Chi- 
cago. Order, Passed 89 

Annual report : printing for the Dept. of Police. Or- 
der, Passed 2166 

Annual reports : printing for the Department of Public 

Works. Orders, Passed 748-9, 2349 

'Chicago Plan" : printing in book form. Order, 

Passed 1171 

Record entries : compensation for extra work under con- 
tract for printing for the Municipal Court of Chicago. 

Order, Passed 2348 

Water certificate circulars : printing for the City. . Or- 
der. Passed : 551 

Severinghaus & Weiler : 

Binders and indexes: sale ot the City. Order, Passed. 1793 
Report books : printing for the Bureau of Streets. Or- 
der, Passed 1556 

Sevin, Irving: Sign. Order, Passed 577 

Sewer Refunding Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Sewer stubs. (See "Drains" under the beading "Sewers".) 



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145 



Sewers : 

(For sewers in particular streets, see under the names 
of the respective streets. For sewers in par- 
ticular alleys, see under the descriptions of such 
alleys under the heading "Alleys".) 
Drainage districts. (For data, if any, see the heading 

"Drainage districts".) 
Drains. (For drains in particular streets, see the no- 
tations under "Drains" under the names of the 
respective streets.) 
Easements for the construction of sewers. (See under 

the heading "Easements".) 
Pumping stations. (See "Pumping stations" under the 
.heading "Engineering, Bureau of.) 

Sewers, Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2288-9,2317 

Appropriations (supplementary). See 706 

Employes : Foreman of Sewer Pipe Yards : increase in 

salary rate. Order, Paissed 743 

Equipment : 

Eductors : authority for purchase, and exchange of 
old eductors in part payment (Elgin Sales 

Corp.). Order, Passed 744 

Tractors and trucks : appropriation for purchase. 

See 706 

Truck (District No. 2) : authority for repair (Kelly- 
Springfield Motor Truck Co.). Order, Passed. 1606 
Truck (District No. 4) : authority for repair (Kelly- 
Springfield Motor Truck Co.). Order, Passed. 555 
Truck (District No. 7) : authority for repair (Kelly- 
Springfield Motor Truck Co.). Order. Passed 91 
Supplies, materials, etc. : . 
Manhole curbs, bases and lids: authority for pur- 
chase (William E. Dee Co.). Order, • Passed. . 1376 
Manhole lids : authority for purchase (T. A. Cum- 

mings Foundry Co.). Order, Passed 1725 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

Sexton, P. J. : Claim. Order, Passed 1512-14 

Sexton, Wm. H. : Report and opinion (as counsel for the 

Com. on Local Transportation) on a comprehensive plan 
for the settlement of Chicago's transportation problem. 
(See "Exhibit A" of the report of the Com. on Local 
Transportation, noted on pp. 754-813.) 
Seyferlich, Arthur R. : 

Address to the City Council. Noted 1058 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 
Shades pi. : Bridge (covered passageway), west of Vine 
st. (See under the heading "Knoop (E. H.) & Co., 
Inc.") 

Shaffer, L. : Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Shaffer, Samuel O. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Shannon, H. E. : Claim. To Finance 1312 

Shapiro, M. J.: Sign (boiler). Order, Passed 1691 

Shapiro, Sam: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 2144 

Shaughnessy, Edward : Tapping of water supply pipe. 

Order, Passed 1040 

Shaw (A. W.) Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1019 

Shea, Mary : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Shearer, H. A.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1024 

Shearin, P. J. : Oarage. Order, to Bldgs 244 

Passed 896 

Sbedd. John G. : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1874 

Tender of appointment as a member of the Board of 

Education. See 1566 

Sheffield av. : 

Canopy at Nos. 3147-55. (See under the heading "Vic- 
toria Theatre Corp.") 
Sidewalk, from Byron st. to Waveland av. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 654 

Sidewalk, from Sheridan road to Addison st. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 654 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
Sheffield Avenue Church of Christ: 

Church building : free permits for erection. Order, 

Passed 1692 

Wooden sashes and frames. Order, Passed 1994 

Sheklow. Julius : Driveways. Order, Passed 1015 



Shelhamer, Sam : Driveway. Order, Passed 38 

Shelter home for women offenders. (For data, if any, see 
"Willow Springs Farm Colony" under the heading "House 
of Correction".) 

Sheridan, H. R. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Sheridan road : 

Sewer, from Broadway to Dakin st. (See "Sewer, from 
Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." under the heading 
"Clifton av.") 
Sewer, from Oakdale av. to Diversey parkway. (See 
"Sewer, from Lawrence av. to Broadway, etc." un- 
der the heading "Clifton av.") 
Water service pipes, north of Loyola av. Order, 

Passed 1993-4 

Sheridan Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Sheridan, William: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Sherman, Daniel K. : Compensation for extra services. 

Order, Passed 1555 

Sherman (Hotel) Co. (See the heading "Hotel Sherman 
Co.") 

Sherman Park State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 
under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Shields av. : 

"Parking" of vehicles. (See under the heading "Traffic 

regulations".) 
Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 3235. (See under the 

heading "Depeder Brothers".) 
Water meter at No. 3115 : removal. Order, to Finance.20BQ 

Shimzcak, Andrew : Tapping of water supply pipe. Or- 
der, Passed 141 1 

Ships. (See the heading "Vessels".) 

Shire, John H. : Driveways (permission to John H. Shire 

and Wm. A. Davis). Order, Passed 1588 

Shonsey, John H. : Driveway. Order, Passed 236 

Shops, municipal. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Engineering, Bureau of".) 

Shore Development Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Spec- 
ial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 

Short, William : Driveway. Order, Passed 582 

Shot-guns. (See the heading "Weapons".) 

Shower baths. (See "Bathhouses" under the heading "Health, 
Department of".) 

Shower sprays. (See under "Bathhouses, public" under the 
heading "Health, Department of".) 

Shrine Cigar Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1535 

Shroeder, Otto: Apartment building. Order, Passed. .1612 

Shun, Leung : Canopy. Order, Passed 1356 

Siciliano, P.: Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. . . 2194 

Sick-leave periods of City employes. (For data, if any, see 
under "Leaves of absence" under the heading "City em- 
ployes".) 

Sidewalk Division. (See the heading "Local Improvements, 
Board of".) 

Sidewalk lines. (See the notations under the names of par- 
ticular streets.) 

Sidewalks : 

(For sidewalks at particular locations, see the nota- 
tions under the names of particular streets.) 

Appropriations for furnishing, hauling and placing of 

cinders for emergency repairs of sidewalks. See... 2287 

Driveways across sidewalks. (See the heading "Drive- 
ways, etc.") 

Encroachments and obstructions in sidewalk space. (See 
under the names of particular individuals, etc. 
For general data, see under "Occupation of streets, 
alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the heading "Streets".) 

Newspaper stands. (For data, if any, see under the 
heading "Newspapers and magazines".) 

Repair of sidewalks : appropriation for the work. See. 706 

Special assessments and special taxation. (See the head- 
ing "Special assessments, special taxation, etc.") 

Stands for the sale of newspapers. (For data, if any, 
see under the heading "Newspapers and magazines".) 

Sub-sidewalk space. (See the notations under "Occupation 
of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the head- 
ing "Streets".) 

Tanks for the storage of gasoline, etc. and pumps in 
sidewalk space. (See under the heading "Inflam- 
mable liquids".) 
Siebert, W. J. : Installation of plumbing for the City. 

Order, Passed 1376-7 



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Sierocinski. John A. : Claim. (See under the heading 

"Klucznski. John".) 
Sievert. W. J. : Repair of sewer at Engine Co. No. 48. 

Order, Passed 553 

"Sight-seeing" cars. (See under the heading "Public Vehicle 

License Commission".) 
Sigman, E. H. : Occupancy of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 664 

Passed 1758 

Second Order, Passed 879 

Sigman, Logan F. : Claim. To Finance 1550 

Signs : 

Banners across streets and sidewalks. (See under the 

names of particular individuals, etc.) 
Billboards and signboards: direction for the withholding 
Of permits for erection along residential streets and 
for the removal of all such existing billboards and 

signboards. Order, to Bldgs 33 

Clock signs. (See under the names of particular streets 

and particular individuals, etc.1 
Muslin signs across sidewalks. (For signs at particular 
locations, see under the names of individuals, etc.) 
Street-name signs. (For general data, if any, see "Signs 
bearing the names of streets" under the heading 
"Streets". For signs on particular streets, see un- 
der the names of the respective streets.) 
Traffic signs. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Traffic regulations".) 

Sika, James : Claim. Order, Passed 96-7 

Silberman & Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1309 

Silk Maid Corset Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 751-2 

Sills, E. P. : Claim. Order, Passed 1656 

Silverberg, Mrs. I. M. : Claim. To Finance 1683 

Silverman, W. W. : Sign. Order, Passed 1997 

Silversparre, Zach : Claim. Order, Passed 561 

Siman, Morris : Claim. Order, Passed 96 

Simaner. .Tames: Driveway. Order, Passed 2141 

Simmonds Supply Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 475 

Simmons, Howard : Maintenance of frame shed. Order, 

Passed 1992 

Simmons, Laura: Driveway. Order, Passed 1022 

Simon-Felsenthal Co., Inc., The: Claim. Filed 1797 

Simonek, Dr. B. L. : Sign. Order, Passed 1038 

Simpson-Frisch Co., Inc.: Claim. Order, Passed 1283 

Simpson, James : Tender of appointment as a member of 

the Board of Education. See 1566 

Simpson, R. II. : Request for repeal of an ordinance 
passed Dec. 23, 1918, granting permission to Grace 
Laflin Whitehead to maintain a switch track in and along 

Carroll av. Come, to Railroads . . .- 1060 

Ordinance, Passed 1559-60 

Simpson, Ralph H. : 

Bridge houses of the Madison st. bridge : payment for 

additional work under contract. Order, Passed. .1245 
Vacation of part of an alley in Sheffield's Addn. to Chi- 
cago. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Simpson (Ralph H.) Co. : 

Central Park Av. pumping station : erection of platforms. 

Order, Passed 1792 

City Attorney's office : payment for remodeling. Order, 

Passed 1371 

Metal railing: erection for the City. Order, Passed. .2371 

Metal sash: installation for the City. Order, Passed.. 1419 
Structural changes in certain offices in the City Hall 

building. Order, Passed 1743-4 

Structural steel : sale to the City for the Carter H. 

Harrison Crib. Order, Passed 551-2 

Water, Bureau of : installation of shelving, re-arrange- 
ment of counters, etc. Order, Passed 2162 

Simpson, Stephen : Alterations in, and removal of, build- 
ing. Order, to Bldgs 664 

Filed 1296 

Second Order. Passed 8Y9 

Sinclair Refining Co. : 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 

482, 654-5, 1003, 1013, 1021. 1023, 

1030, 1134. 1310, 1317, 1404-1. 1410, 1541. 1545, 1588, 
1687. 1G96, 1733, 1800, 1S12, 1872, 2037, L'095, 2194-5 

Driveways. Order, Passed 2100 

Amendment, to S. & A 2198 

Passed 2355 

Driveways. Order, to S. & A 2193 

Passed, 2355 



Sinclair Refining Co. : 

Driveways at Nos. 3305-3321 Fifth av. and Nos. 224-230 

S. Spaulding av. Order, to S. & A 1407 

Passed 1617 

Engine oil : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1964 

Extension of driveways. Orders, Passed 845, 1023 

Gasoline tanks and pumps. Order, to &., O. & E. L. ..2193 
Vacation of alleys in Henry Welp's Halsted Street Addn. 
to Washington Heights. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Singer, Abraham : Sign. Order, Passed 642 

Singer, Joe: Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Singer, Joseph L. : Claim. To Finance 2145 

Sinking Funds and Interest, Special Tax Fund for. (See 
under the heading "Finance".) 

Sinkler, Mary : Claim. Order, Passed 1796 

Sisal : Prohibition against storing in basements of certain 

buildings. Ordinance (see p. 166), Passed 141-60 

Sisson Hotel Co.: Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs 849 

Passed 1488 

Sisters of the Helping Hand : Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Sisters of Providence : Riser in sidewalk space. Order, 

Passed 248 

Site of Fort Dearborn Building Corp. : Vacation of N. 
Michigan av. (part of the W. % of the South Plaza, be- 
tween N. Michigan av. and River st.). (See under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Sixteenth Church of Christ, Scientist : Free permits for 

erection of church building. Order, Passed 120 

Sixteenth st. : 

Lease of space in the street at Arthur st. (See under 

the heading "Kewanee Boiler Co.") 
Sidewalk, from S. Kostner av. to 309.76 ft. west of S. 

Kilbourn av. (s. side). Ordinance, Passed 1242 

Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 

"Subways, railroad".) 
Switch track (elevated), across the street at S. Ashland 
av. (See under "Maremont Mfg. Co." under the head- 
ing "Switch tracks".) 
Water meter at Nos. 3339-45 W. : removal. Order, 

to Finance 1703 

Widening of the street to a width of 86 ft., between 
S. Michigan av. and Prairie av. Come, from the 
"Chicago Plan" Commission (recommending the im- 
provement), Pub. and to S. & A 287 

To B. L. I 640 

Sixteenth Street State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Sixtieth pi : 

Paving, from Wentworth a v. to Frontenac av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1915 

Water supply pipe, from 375 ft. west of S. Hamlin av. 

to S. Springfield av. Order, Passed 659 

Sixtieth st : 

Canopy at Nos. 1535-1537 E. (See under the heading 

"Watson, Oliver L.") 
Paving, from S. Ashland av. to Loomis st. Ordinance, 

Passed '. 1739 

Repair of the pavement, from S. Hamlin av. to S. Kol- 

mar av. Order, Passed . , 1249 

Resurfacing of the street, from S. Kedzie av. to the 

Grand Trunk Railway. Order, Passed 1412 

Sixty-day _ appointments. (For data, if any, see "Temporary 
appointments" under the heading "Civil Service system".) 
Sixty-eighth st. : 

Sewer, from S. Ashland av. to Normal av. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st, etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Sidewalks, from Paxton av. to Chappel av. (both sides). 

Ordinance. Passed 235 

Sixty-eighth St. Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping 

stations" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 

Sixty-fifth st. : Sewer, from S. Halsted st. to Stewart av. 

(See "Sewers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." 

under the heading "Aberdeen St.") 

Sixty-first st. : 

Sewer, from Aberdeen st. to S. Ashland av. (See "Sew- 
ers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." under 
tlie heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Street lights. (See under the beading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of S. Robey st. 

Order. Passed 682-3 

Sixty-fourth pi. : Water supply pipe, from S. Springfield 

av. 1o S. Hamlin av. Order, Passed 258 



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Sixty-fourth st. : 

Canopy at s.w. cor. of Cottage Grove av. (See under 
the heading "Garden Building Corp.") 

Canopy at s.e. cor. of S. Green st. (See under the 
headings "South Side Masonic Temple Building 
Assn." and "South Side Masonic Temple Building 
Corp.") 

Closing of the street to traffic, between Tale av. and 

Stewart av. Order, Passed 661 

Repair of the roadway, from S. Western av. to the 

G. T. R. R. Order, Passed 1694-5 

Sixty-ninth st. : 

Paving, from S. Western av. to S. Rockwell st., etc. 
(system) (suppl. spec. assess.). Ordinance, 
Passed 872 

Sidewalk, from Justine st. to S. Ashland av. (n. side). 
Ordinance (deferred Nov. 2, 1921, p. 1177), Recom- 
mitted to B. L. 1 2343 

Sidewalk, from Laflin st. to Justine St., (n. side), etc. 
(system). Ordinance (deferred March 3, 1921, 
p. 2180), Recommitted to B. L. 1 2343 

Water meter at No. 238 W. : removal. Order (referred 

March 8, 1922, p. 2218) , Filed 624 

Sixty-second st. : 

Church building at s.e. cor. of Throop st. : free permits 

for erection. Order, to Bldgs 260 

Passed 670 

Resurfacing of the street, from S. Western av. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 1364 

Sewer, from Aberdeen st. to Stewart a v. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Sixty-seventh pi. : Premises No. 3610 W. : tapping of water 

supply pipe. Order, Passed 1315 

Sixty-seventh St.: Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 750 

E. (See under the heading "Schwimmer, Frank J.") 
Sixty-sixth st. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between Yale av. and 

Stewart av. Order, Passed 661 

Shed at No. 3505 W. : direction for removal. Order, 

Passed 1364 

Sidewalks, from S. Hamlin av. to S. Crawford av. 

(both sides). Ordinance, Passed 126-7 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 

Water supply pipe, from S. Lawndale av. to S. Hamlin 

av. Order, Passed 1738 

Sixty-third st. : 

Advertising board at s.w. eor. of S. Homan av. : direc- 
tion for removal. Order, to Bldgs 1315 

Canopy at Nos. 316-18 W. (See under the heading "Lain 
and Son".) 

-Canopy at No. 706 E. (See under the heading "Fichten- 
berg, Louis".) 

Canopy at Nos. 726-30 W. (See under the headings 
"Beatty. E. Thomas" and "Beatty, Jane".) 

Canopy at No. 814 E. (See under the heading "Mes- 
singers Lunch Rooms, Inc.") 

Canopy at No. 1164 E. (See under the heading "Ham- 
mitt, Ella H. and Fannie M.") 

Sidewalks, from S. Ashland av. to S. Robey st. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Deferred 43 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 2343 

Sidewalk, from S. Irving av. to S. Western av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Deferred 1036 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 2343 

Signs (street), from S. Wood st. west to City limits. 

Order, Passed 1478 

Stands at n.w. cor. of St. Lawrence av. : direction for 

removal. Order, Passed 849 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 

Tank and pump (gasoline), at No. 3047 W. (See under 
the heading "Solbrig Brothers".) 

"Through traffic street", from S. Michigan av. to S. 

State st. Ordinance, Passed 1303-4 

Report of newspaper publication. See .-1393 

Water supply pipe, from S. Melvina av. to S. Narra- 
gansett av. (n. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, 
Passed 1882 

Sjobloin, Heiining : Driveways. Order, Passed 39-40 

Skiiln State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 
.Skating. (For data, if any, see under "Athletics" under the 

heading "Amusements".) 



"Skip-stop" system. (For data, if any, see under "Stopping- 
places for cars" under the heading "Street railways".) 
Skoglund, Eiuil G. : Vacation of alleys in Louis Lutz's 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Skogsberg, Doris Harriet : Recommendation of a coroner's 
jury in connection with death. (See the notations un- 
der "Coroner" under the heading "Cook County".) 
Skoog, Oskar A. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1308 

Passed 1489 

Skrypczynski, John: Shed. Order, to Bldgs 1026-7 

Passed 1758 

Slaney, H. F. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1040 

Amended 1318 

Slater'. s Fireproof Storage Co. : Lease of space on the 

Municipal Pier. Order, Passed 2037 

Slimmer (J.) Lumber Co.: Shed. Order, Passed 108 

Slips in the Chicago River. (For data, if any, see under 
the beading "Chicago River".) 

Sliva Brothers: Sign. Order, Passed 136-7 

Sloan, Thomas: Sign. Order, Passed 576 

Slocum st. : 

Paving, from N. Central av. to N. Major av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1033 

Water service pipes, between N. Central av. and N. 

Major av. Ordinance, Passed 1313 

Water supply pipe,, from North Austin av. to 504 ft. 

eastward. Order, Passed 64-5 

Water supply pipe, from 120 ft. west of N. Marmora av. 

s to 188 ft. eastward. Order, Passed 2123 

Slovacek. Jan : Addition to building. Order, to J?(d<7s..2048 

Passed 2381-2 

'Slow-down" signs. (For data, if any, see "Traffic signs" un- 
der the beading "Traffic regulations".) 

Slumbrick, Peter : Driveways. Order, Passed 260 

Small, Mrs. Ida : Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 
Smart. Gore & Co. : Contract for an audit of the ac- 

counts of the Board of Education for the years' 1921 

and 1922. Ordinance, Passed 1467 

Smit, John : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1767 

Smith, Mr. : Claim. Filed 1797 

Smith (A. P.) Co.: Sale of a pipe-cutting machine to the 

City. Order, Passed 2371 

Smith, Cicero: Claim. Order, Passed 2371-2 

Smith, Clayton F. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Smith, E. D. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1030 

Smith. Dr. Edwin M. : Claim. To Finance 249 

Smith, Frank: Claim. Order, Passed 80-1 

Smith, J.: Gasoline tank and pump. (See under the head- 

ing "Dunkle, Frank J.") 
Smith. James II. : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 2091-2 

Passed 2382 

Smith, John R. : Claim. Filed 1209-10 

Smith, Patrick F. : Claims. Orders, Passed. .1512-4, 2371-2 

Smith Piano Co., The : Sign. Order, Passed 642 

Smith, Mrs. S. B. : Claim. Filed 1209-10 

Smith, Thomas S. : Claim. To Finance 1730 

Smith Unit Co. : Sign. Order (referred Feb. 17, 1922, 

p. 2026) , Filed 31 

Smolensk!, P. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Smolka, H. : Claim. To Finance 999 

Sinutny, John: Claim. Order, Passed 1657 

Smyth (John M.) Trust Estate: Driveway. Order, 

Passed 246 

Snolinsky, S. : Anto-shed. Order, Passed 2144 

Snow, Albeit T. : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in cer- 

tain property acquired through tax sales. (See under 
the heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 
Snow, Taylor A. : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in cer- 
tain property acquired through tax sales. (See under the 
heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 

Snyder, Catherine: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1239 

Passed ViSS 

Snyder, George : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 219S 

Social Surveys, Bureau of. (For data, if any, see the head- 
ing "Public Welfare, Dept. of".) 
Society of St. Rasalia : Street festival. Order, Passed .lOVi 

Soft drinks. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Bever- 
ages".) 






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Sohn, J.: Claim. Order, Passed" 1656 

Solberg, Mr. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, to Finance 495 

Passed 1325 

Solbrig Brothers : Gasoline tank and pump. Order, to 

<?., 0. d E. L 1546 

Filed 1864 

Soldiers. (See under the heading "U. S. Government".) 

Solomon, A.: Sign. Order, Passed 1588 

Solon st. : Closing of the street to traffic, between W. 14th 

pi. and W. 15th st. Order, Passed 118 

Sondergard, F. : Driveway. Order, Passed 644 

Sonnenschein, Henry : Resignation as First Assistant Ser- 

geant-at-Arms of the City Council. Accepted 1425 

Soper, Thomas A.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1139 

Sorenson, H. O. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1999 

Sorenson, Henry M. : Filling station. Order, Passed. .1742 
Sorenson (N. C.) Express & Van Co. : Appropriation for 

the payment of judgment against the City. See .... 705 

Sorenson & Olson: Sign. Order, to Bldgs 1542 

Sorenson, Walter: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 2047 

Passed 2382 

Sorge, Charles : Driveways. Order, Passed 106 

Sorgs Garage: Driveways. Orders, Passed 1023, 1024 

Soteros, Peter : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 230 

Passed 825-6 

Soukup, Frank: Sign. Order, Passed 1999-2000 

South Chicago av : Establishment of sidewalk line, from 
Bennett av. to E. 85th st. (s.w. side). Ordinance, 

Passed J.005 

South Chicago Day Nursery: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
South Chicago Garage and Machine Shop : Gasoline tank 

and pump. Order, to G., O. & E. L 1470 

Filed 1864 

South Chicago Municipal Bath. (See under "Bathhouses, 

public" under the heading "Health, Department of".) 
South Chicago Railroad Co. (See under the heading "Rail- 
roads'^.) 
South Chicago Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
South Park av. : 

Stairways in parkway, at Nos. 6244-46. (See under the 

heading "Edward, Carl".) 
Stand in parkway at Nos. 6317-19 : direction for removal. 

Order, Passed 34 

"Through traffic street", from E. 22nd st. to E. 33rd st., 
and from E. 51st st. to E. 91st pi. Ordinance, 

Passed 994-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1180 

South Park Commissioners. (See under the heading "Parks 

and boulevards".) 
South Park Improvement Association : Water from fire 

hydrants. Order, Passed 2191 

South Shore Evangelical Church : Free permits for erection 

of church building. Orders, Passed 1988, 1989 

South Shore Interurban Railroad. (See under the heading 
"Railroads".) 

South Side Auto Body Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 1070 

South Side Elevated Railroad Co. (See under the heading 

"Elevated railroads".) 
South Side Interior Finish Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 1696 

South Side Masonic Temple Building Assn. : Canopy. 

Order, Passed 1547 

South Side Masonic Temple Building Corp. : Canopy. 

Order, Passed V1'6S 

South Side Paper Stock Co. : Switch track. (See under 

the heading "Switch tracks".) 
South Side Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
South Water st. : 

Widening of the street (two-level thoroughfare) includ- 
ing the widening of River st. and the opening of a 
new n.-and-s. street : 

Appropriations for engineering and other ser- 
vices. See 2302-3, 2308-9 

Appropriation for "expenses incurred in connec- 
tion with court proceedings, witnesses' fees, 

experts' fees, etc. See 2226 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 



South Water st. : 

Widening of the street (two-level thoroughfare) includ- 
ing the widening of River st. and the opening of a 
new n.-and-s. street : 

Chicago & Oak Park Elevated Railroad Co. : re- 
quirement for rearrangement of columns, 
stairways and structures located within the 
street lines of N. Market st. Ordinance, 

Passed 704 

Experts, special counsel, etc. : authority for em- 
ployment, payment of bills, etc. (See the 
various notations under "Employes" under 
the heading "Local Improvements, Board 
of".) 
Fork av. : opening and improvement of a new 
n.-and-s. s.treet to be known as Fork av., in 
the block bounded by N. Franklin, W. Lake, 
W. South Water and N. Wells sts. Or- 
dinance, Passed 642 

Garland ct. : widening and improvement of a 
n.-and-s. street to be known as Garland ct., 
in the block bounded by E. Lake St., N. 
Michigan av., E. South Water st. and N. 

Wabash av. Ordinance, Passed 642-3 

Haddock pi. : improvement of the street from N. 
Holden ct. to N. Michigan av. Ordi- 
nances, Passed 642-3, 643 

Holden ct. : opening and improvement of a n.- 
and-s. street to be known as Holden ct., 
in the block bounded by E. Lake St., E. 
South Water St., N. State st. and N. Wa- 
bash av. Ordinance, Passed 643 

Improvement of E. and W. South Water st., be- 
tween W. Lake st. and N. Michigan av.; 
River st., between N. Wabash av. and N. 
Michigan av.; N. Market St., between W. 
Madison st. and W. Lake St.; also the open- 
ing of a new n.-and-s. street to be named 
N. Federal st. (including pavement, side- 
walks, stairways, sewers, drains, retaining 
and dock walls, safety islands, balustrades, 
electric lighting equipment, etc., and includ- 
ing approaches in N. Wabash av., N. State 
St., N. Dearborn st., N. Federal St., N. Clark 
St., N. LaSalle St., N. Wells st. and N. 
Franklin st., ramps along W. South Water 
St., from W. Lake st. to N. Franklin st., 
and along N. Market st. and River st., and 
dock wall along the Chicago River). Re- 
com., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to S. 

£ A 348-459 

(Journal corrected p. 521.) 

Ordinance, Passed 915 

Come, from the "Chicago Plan" Comn. 
(recommending certain changes in the im- 
provement), to S. & A '288 

Filed 640 

Model of the improvement : authority for pur- 
chase. Order, Passed 86-7 

Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co. : require- 
ment for the rearrangement of structures 
located within the extended street lines of 
Fork av. and N. Holden ct. and of columns 
located within the street lines of N. Wells 
st., and for the removal of a column located 
within the street lines of E. Lake st. at 

N. Federal st. Ordinance, Passed 

701-2, 702, 703-4 

Zinc etchings for drawings of the improvement : 
authority for purchase (Jahn & Oilier Co.). 

Order, Passed 539 

South Water Street Street-Improvement Bond Fund. (For 
data, if any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 
Soutnport av. : Sidewalks, from Grace st. to Roscoe st. 

(both sides). Ordinance, Passed 121 

South-West Coal & Material Co. : 

Claim. To Finance . 2036 

Driveway. Order, Passed 2099 

Southwest Land Tunnel. (See under "Water system" under 

the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Southwest State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See un- 
der the heading "Banks and banking".) 



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South West Trust and Savings Bank : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Spadoni, Peter : Driveway. Order, Passed 1007 

Spanish-American War : Observance of the 25th anniver- 
saries of events connected with the war. Resolution, 

Adopted 1889 

Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and Filed 2008-9 

Sparring. (See "Boxing" under "Athletics" under the heading 

"Amusements".) 
Spaulding av. : 

Filling-in of the street, from W. 50th st.. to W. 51st st. 

Order, Passed 125 

Fire hydrants at n.w. cor. of Fillmore st. and north there- 
of. (See under the heading "Sears. Roebuck & Co.") 
Paving, from W. 37th st. to W. Pershing road. (See 
"Paving, from S. Spaulding av. to 283.8 ft. east of 
S. St. Louis av., etc." under the heading "Thirty- 
seventh pi.") 
Pipe in and along the street, from Fillmore st. to 260 ft. 
north. (See under the heading "Sears, Roebuck & 
Co.") 
Resurfacing of the roadway, from Irving Park boul. to 

Montrose a v. Order, Passed 2042 

Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
Special Assessment Fund — Interest on Deposits and Invest- 
ments. (See under the heading "Finance".) 

Special assessments, special taxation, etc.: 

Assessment rolls : filing of rolls in court. (See under the 

heading "Local Improvements, Board of".) 
Public benefits : appropriations for payment of judgments 

for public benefits. See 2305, 2306, 2307, 2311 

Public benefits and interest thereon : appropriations for 

payment. See 2263-70, 2318-19 

Quit-claim deeds of the City's interest in property ac- 
quired through tax sales. (See the heading "Quit- 
claim deeds".) 
Unclaimed Rebate Fund. (For data, if any, see under 

the heading "Finance".) 
Undistributed Interest Fund. (For data, if any, see 
under the heading "Finance".) 
Special counsel employed by the City. (For general data, if 
any, see under "Experts, special counsel, etc." under the 
heading "Chicago, City of". For special counsel em- 

ployed by a particular department, bureau or committee, 
see under the name of such department, bureau or com- 
mittee. ) 
Special funds of the City. (For data, if any, see under 

the heading "Finance".) 
Special policemen. (See the heading "Policemen".) 
Speeders' Court. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Municipal Court of Chicago".) 
Speeler, Wm. B. : Installation of waste receptacles with 

display advertising in streets and alleys. Ordinance, 

to S. & A 1913-14 

Filed 1986-7 

Spelz, Fred W. : Payment for services rendered the City 
as a real estate expert in street improvement matters. 

Order, Passed -48-9 

Spencer, Harry: Driveway. Order, Passed 1238 

Spencer, James F. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1821 

Spengler-Loomis Mfg. Co.: Claim. Order. Passed 1283 

Spica, James: Maintenance of building. -.Order, Passed 1364 
Spinka, Joseph: Addition to cottage. Order, Passed... 260 
Spinks. William : Driveways, (permission to William 
Spinks, Clyde Uhrig and Josephine Uhrig Houts). Or- 
der, Passed 2044 

Spira, A. : Claim. Order, Passed 1070 

Spirduso, George : Claim. Filed 1797 

Spohn, John F. : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in certain 
property acquired through tax sales. ( See under the head- 
ing "Quitclaim deeds".) 

Sporny, R. : Attic flats. Order, to Bldgs 1025 

Passed 1257 

Sprague Iron Works : Sale of structural steel to the City. 

Order, Passed 1965 

Springfield av. : 

Ice house at W. 25th st. : direction for withholding 

of permits for erection. Order, Passed 1703 

Paving, from W. 26th st. to W. 28th st. : abandonment of 

proceedings. Order, to B. L. 1 2048 



Springfield Av. Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping sta- 
tions" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Sprinkler systems. (See under the heading "Buildings".) 
Sprinkling of lawns, etc. (For data, if any, see "Water sys- 
tem" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Sprinkling of streets. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Streets".-) 
Sproul (E. W.) Co. : 

Payment for services rendered the City as building ex- 
perts in street improvement matters. Order, Passed 48-9 
Payment for services rendered as building experts in con- 
nection with the Ogden av. and Western av. improve- 
ments. Orders, Passed 734, 735 

Sproul, William : Shed. Order, Passed 2358 

Square Temple Assn., The: Canopy. Order, Passed .... 1882 

Squibb (E. R.) & Sons: Claim. Filed 1797 

Squire Dingee Co.: Bridge (covered passageway). Or- 
dinance, Passed 276-7 

Acceptance and bond. See 941-2 

Staff, John T. : Sign. Order, Passed 1536 

Stahman, Frederick : Tapping of water supply pipe. 

Order, Passed 258-9 

Stairways : Stairways and areaways in sidewalk space. 

(See under the names of particular streets and particular 
individuals. For miscellaneous data, see under "Oc- 
cupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the 
h